NEW BUSINESS – A quick fire broke through a crowded spot in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, into a hell of at least 70 people dead, spokesman for the fire service said Thursday. comes to fire safety, while many buildings are cheaply manufactured and dangerous, and the risks are compounded by poor performance and unfair management. In one of the worst catastrophes, in 2012, 112 people were killed when a fire broke the Tazreen Fashions garment outside Dhaka.
According to firefighters, the fire started at a mixed-use building on Wednesday night when most people slept. Some witnesses said that a gas cylinder, which many people use for cooking, launched a fire.
Before dawn on Thursday, the house was nothing but charred wood and ash. Other nearby buildings were badly burned.
"Many of the restored bodies are unrecognizable," said The Associated Press, Machfuz Riben, a Dacian fire and civilian officer. "Our people use bags for the body to send them to the hospital in a morgue – this is a very difficult situation."
Fire officials said that the number of victims could increase as they continue to search for those who remained alive and bodies.