During the international air show Aero India-2019 in the Indian city of Bangalore in a public Parking area was burned over 300 cars. Presumably, the cause of the fire was unquenched cigarette.
The incident occurred on February 22 in Bengaluru. In the Parking lot broke out the dry grass and strong winds, the fire spread within minutes and engulfed almost the whole Park. Due to the fact that people watched an air show, as a result of a fire nobody has suffered. According to local police, the fire could provoke a smoldering cigarette thrown into the grass, reports Indian television channel NDTV.
Near the epicenter of the fire was about 100 aircraft. Due to the strong smokiness of the work of the air show was temporarily stopped.
Got fire Vehicles at parking area of #AiroIndia show at Yalahanka. Fire fighters On the spot.@DGP_FIRE @SunilagarwalI @KarnatakaVarthe pic.twitter.com/5YAk2izsDx
Karnataka Fire Dept (@KarFireDept) 23 Feb 2019