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Shop owner collapses and dies on seeing his shop going up in flame

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Thiruvananthapuram: A shop owner collapsed and died on seeing his shop going up in flames in a fire that broke out in the busy Chalai market in the city on Friday night.

Police identified the deceased as Shahul Hameed (66), who owned a fancy articles shop in the market.

Though he was rushed to a nearby hospital, doctors declared him dead late night on Friday.

The fire broke out in a shop late last evening and spread quickly, gutting 10 nearby shops, but no direct casualty was reported.

Fire and rescue teams doused the blaze after hours long mission and evacuated people from the area.

An electrical short circuit is suspected to be the cause of the fire, they said.

Chalai market is one of the oldest and busiest markets in the capital city.

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