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A video grab shows huge fire at a building in the Dal Dong district of South Korea.
A massive fire broke out on a 33-storey apartment block in South Korea on Thursday night.
The fire quickly engulfed the entire building in the Dal Dong district of Ulsan.
Video footage shows large area of the apartment block in blaze.
It was also reported that large concrete slabs from the building have been falling in the streets.
Firefighters have evacuated the apartment but it is unclear if anyone is stuck.
Nearby building have been cleared off and the areas has been cordoned off.
Some people have been treated with smoke inhalation related issue.
A fire broke out on two floors of a building in the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) hospital here, leading to panic among the people in the premier medical institution, officials said on Saturday.
Experts from the Crime Scene Department reportedly found the windows of the room locked, preventing the room from being clear of the poisonous air.
The health minister said the blaze may have been caused by a defective anti-mosquito device. The national emergency service said in a statement that the fire was under control but not yet extinguished.
The children haven't been formally identified, but the Erie Fire Department says the dead range in age from 8 months to 7 years. The owner was hospitalised after the fire Sunday.
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