Fire damages four structures across Kashmir

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Srinagar: Four structures including a government school were damaged in three different fire incidents in the valley, police said on Friday.

Fire broke out in Government Primary School Tappar in the jurisdiction of Police Station Pattan, Baramulla, resulting in damage to the school. Fire was brought under control by fire tenders.

Meanwhile, fire broke out in a fruit shop of Bashir Ahmad Baba resident of New colony Lalbazar, at molvi stop Lalbazar, resulting in damage to the shop. Fire tenders brought fire under control.

 In another incident, fire broke out at village Chandrigam in the jurisdiction of Police Station Ashmuqam, from a heap of hay, which engulfed a nearby building of Abdul Rehman Malik and Ghulam Ahmad Malik residents of Chandrigam and residential house of Ghulam Hassan Wagay resident of Chawalgam, resulting in damage to both the structures. Fire was brought under control by fire tenders.

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