New Delhi, May 18: A fire broke out at the Uttam Nagar metro station in Delhi on Tuesday, May 18 morning at around 10 am leading to fire tenders being rushed to the spot immediately.
However, there were no reports on any casualties or injuries.
"The fire was reported at 10:10am. It broke out in an air conditioner at the control room of the metro station," an official of the Delhi Fire Service (DFS) informed the media.
"Two fire tenders have been rushed to the spot. No one is injured," he added.
On initial probe, electrical short-circuit is suspected to be cause of the blaze.
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has also confirmed that the operations and passenger traffic were normal at the metro station.