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Fire at Bucheon Shopping Mall

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(Bucheon = Yonhap News) Reporter Hyungyu Son = A big fire broke out at a large shopping mall in Bucheon, Gyeonggi Province on the 12th, and the fire department extinguished the flames after an hour and 20 minutes after issuing an alarm.

According to the Bucheon Fire Department, a big fire broke out in the building of Newcore Outlet, a shopping mall complex in Sang-dong, Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi-do around 4:05 am that day.

The fire burned part of the 3rd and 4th floors of the 9-story building, but there were no casualties as of 5:50 a.m. that day.

The fire department issued a ‘response stage 1’ at 4:13 am, 8 minutes after the fire, and raised it to ‘response stage 2’ 17 minutes later.

In the first stage of response, all fire department personnel are dispatched, and the second stage is an alarm that mobilizes manpower and equipment from 5 to 6 adjacent fire stations.

The fire department extinguished the fire at 5:27 a.m., 1 hour and 22 minutes after the fire started, and all response steps were lifted.

The fire department assumes that the first fire started in the hallway on the third floor of the New Core Outlet building, and is planning to investigate the exact cause of the fire after cleaning up the remaining fire.

A fire department official said, “There are currently no casualties,” but “We plan to search the interior again after the fire is completely extinguished.”

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