Hearth on ferry mid-river: Items, vans broken

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The “Kalmilata” left Maju Chowdhury jetty in Lakshmipur at round 2am and the fireplace broke out on the ferry in the course of the Meghna at round 4am Thursday Dhaka Tribune

At the very least eight goods-laden vans have been broken within the fireplace however no casualties have been reported

At the very least eight goods-laden vans have been broken in a hearth that broke out at a ferry in the course of the Meghna River that left Lakshmipur for Bhola early Thursday.

No casualty was reported to date, confirmed Alam Sikder, a workers on the ferry named “Kalmilata.”

It’s believed that the fireplace originated from mosquito coils or cigarettes, he added.

Md Parvez, Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Company’s supervisor for Bhola, stated that the ferry “Kalmilata” left Maju Chowdhury jetty in Lakshmipur at round 2am and the fireplace broke out on the ferry at round 4am.

He stated that the ferry was within the mid-river when the fireplace broke out.

On data, Hearth Service personnel and river police groups rushed to the spot and put out the fireplace after two hours.

At the very least eight goods-laden tucks have been broken within the fireplace, he stated.

The BIWTC official stated that the fishermen who had been fishing with their fishing trawlers rescued the passengers and took them to the financial institution of the river safely.

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