No lessons learnt Locked escape routes no fire safety equipment
| Monday | 9th December, 2019
Director of Delhi Fire Services (DFS) Atul Garg told Millennium Post that most of the people died owing to asphyxiation.
They inhaled the smoke and died," informed Garg, adding that there was no fire safety equipment installed at the factory.
"The victims were trapped inside and there was no chances of escape because of the blockage at the emergency exit routes," an official said.
The investigation in the case had revealed that there was a blockage in the hotel's emergency exit routes which turned out to be one of the main reason behind the casualties.
Elaborating on the building's design, a DFS official said that every floor had packaging units, workshops, machinery rooms, toilets, lobby and one office.
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