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    Staff at building in Jubilee Hills narrowly escape fire outbreak.

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    A big fire happened in a building in Journalists Colony of Jubilee Hills, where a software company was located. The fire started because the building owners stored flammable materials in the parking lot, which is against the rules.

    When the fire broke out, the entire building filled with smoke and all the employees had to evacuate. Some employees even got sick from breathing in the smoke. Firefighters arrived quickly and put out the fire.

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    The fire department received a call about the fire at 1:30 pm and they reached the scene within five minutes. The fire affected the 10th and 11th floors of the 16-storey building, which mainly used the lower floors for parking.

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    The owners had stored a lot of flammable material on the fourth floor, which caused the fire to spread rapidly. Fortunately, no one was hurt, and everyone was able to safely evacuate the building.

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