Abandoned KSRTC buses catch fire at Nadakkavu workshop

  • By Hindu
  • | Wednesday | 14th February, 2018

Two abandoned buses at the regional workshop of the Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) at Nadakkavu caught fire in a freak incident on Tuesday. Fire and Rescue Services personnel trying to douse the fire that broke out at a KSRTC workshop at East Nadakkavu in Kozhikode on Tuesday. Preliminary inquiries revealed that fire from a garbage heap spread to the buses parked outside the garage. Officials said 12 abandoned buses at the workshop had been put up for online auctioning. Shopkeepers and passers-by were gripped by panic at around 11.30 a.m. when smoke billowed out of the workshop.

Fire and Rescue Services personnel trying to douse the fire that broke out at a KSRTC workshop at East Nadakkavu in Kozhikode on Tuesday. Two abandoned buses at the regional workshop of the Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) at Nadakkavu caught fire in a freak incident on Tuesday. Shopkeepers and passers-by were gripped by panic at around 11.30 a.m.

when smoke billowed out of the workshop.

No human casualty was reported.

The buses of the State-owned KSRTC was to be auctioned off soon.

Headload workers and shopkeepers had to alert the fire brigade to douse the flames. The gates of the workshop was closed as Tuesday was a holiday on account of Maha Sivarathri.

Two security guards came to know about the incident only after headload workers informed them of the fire.

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