PCR staff saves woman trapped in fire
NEW DELHI: The alertness and bravery of a Delhi Police PCR helped to save the life of a woman in Delhi who was trapped in fire. The Delhi Police received a call at 2.15 pm on January 14. The staff of PCR, located in Rohini area, received information from Rachit Verma regarding the outbreak of fire in the first floor, house number 36, pocket F-15, sector 15, Rohini. On receipt of this information, staff reached the spot immediately, where they found that the fire had broken out in first floor of the above said house which caused smoke in the house.
The incharge of PCR van, Sandeep, immediately used the fire extinguisher, kept in PCR van, and extinguished the fire. Then he covered his face and along with public persons entered the house to save the life of a lady named Pankaj (49), who was stuck in the house. They shifted the victim lady to the safe zone.
The lady was in the kitchen, where the fire started. Due to heavy smoke, she panicked and went into other room instead of coming out of the house. This led the PCR man to show exemplary courage and rescue the woman from the fire. The woman was later admitted to the hospital.