Six killed in locked bakery’s fire in Pune


Six workers were killed when a fire swept through a bakery in the western Indian city of Pune overnight, police said on Friday (Dec 30), adding that the victims had been locked in. Clouds build, rain arrives for New Year
New Year’s Eve (Saturday): It’s a decent day to be out and about as partly-to-mostly sunny skies grace the area. Friday will begin with showers in the morning with a chance of rainfall continuing into the afternoon. According to an official, the blaze, believed to be caused by an electrical short-circuiting, was noticed around 4.45 am inside the “Bakes N Cakes” bakery in Kondva area. He told the police about the workers sleeping on the mezzanine floor. The fire broke out on the ground floor of a multi-storey building. LSU forward Craig Victor dismissed for violating team rules
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Here we go again, yet another iMessage bug that is going to be a bit of a headache until Apple patches the problem. Other sites say that the fix doesn’t always work, however, do you definitely shouldn’t test this bug yourself. “There were six workers, who were found in an unconscious state were rushed to the Sassoon General hospital, where they were declared dead”, said the officer. “We are trying to ascertain why these LPG cylinders were kept inside the shop”, said Station Officer Prakash Gore from the Pune Fire Brigade.

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