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Police: Short circuit likely caused deadly India hotel fire

Seattle Times Wednesday, 13 February 2019
Police: Short circuit likely caused deadly India hotel fireNEW DELHI (AP) — Police say a fire at a budget hotel in India’s capital that killed 17 people was likely caused by a short circuit. New Delhi Police Commissioner Amit Sharma said Wednesday that no foul play is suspected in the fire Tuesday that also left four people injured. The Delhi government minister of […]
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News video: India hotel fire kills at least 17, spurs safety concerns

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At least 17 people have been killed after a fire swept through a hotel in India's capital on Tuesday, raising fresh questions about safety standards in poorly regulated budget hotels. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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