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Delhi: A fire broke out at IT building of Safdarjung Airport, news agency ANI reported. Six fire tenders have been rushed to the site for firefighting.

No injuries have been reported yet and all occupants have been rescued safely.

The news agency reported that several windows of the building were cracked or broken. "Six fire engines of the Delhi Fire Service along with two fire brigades of the Airport Authority of India are trying to extinguish the fire. No casualty was reported so far", the Delhi Police told ANI.

The Lodhi Colony police station had received a call at 3:40 pm regarding a fire on the first floor of the IT Building at Safdarjung Airport, according to the report.

The SHO along with other police and fire personnel are on the spot and efforts are on to extinguish the fire and further ascertain the cause of the fire, the agency said.

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