Lakh of rupees burnt due to accidental fire in Canara Bank ATM


Team Udayavani, May 26, 2019, 7:06 PM IST

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Bidar: Lakh of Rupees turned into ashes after a fire broke out at the ATM belonging to Canara Bank at Naubad.

As per the sources, the ATM machine, and other related equipment got completely burnt due to the fire. The fire service personnel, who got the information of the fire at the ATM, rushed to the spot and put off the fire.
However, the exact cause for the fire is yet to be Know.

Meanwhile, the bank officials informed that Rs 14 lakh was deposited in the ATM, but the exact amount burnt due to the fire is yet to be known.

Following the incident, a special investigating team will arrive from Mumbai and to investigate the matter.

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