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The rushing water from several houses soaked the building, but it did not seem to have any effect on the flames.

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Thereafter firemen stretched upwards a huge ladder structure and I could see some fireman climbing up with hoses in their hands. On reaching almost the top of the ladder, they began to pour floods of water on the topmost part of the building. The continuous flooding brought the fire under control but the building had by then been completely destroyed.

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