Two security personnel sustained injuries Wednesday when fire broke out at a rail engine factory in northern India, local media report.
The fire at the rail facility in Varanasi originated in the administrative building but spread into the factory, causing extensive damage. Three fire trucks were dispatched to the scene.
Working together, the fire brigade and the Railway Protection Force, security for the facility, extinguished the fire within three hours. Two RPF workers injured during the effort are reported in stable condition.
The extent of damage to the factory is still being determined.