Fire Breaks Out At Sreesanth’s Kochi Residence While He Was Away; Wife And Kids Rescued

Reportedly, a fire broke out at Sreesanth’s Kochi home , the hall and a bedroom of the house was gutted and no injuries reported

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Fire Breaks Out At Sreesanth’s Kochi Residence While He Was Away; Wife And Kids Rescued

A while back, Sreesanth made headlines when the lifetime time ban imposed on him was reduced by 7 years. The actor had taken to social media and informed her fans about his return to field in 2020. Now, a latest report suggests that a major fire had broken at Sreesanth’s Kochi residence. The fire which broke out at cricketer Sreesanth’s Kochi residence on Saturday, had hall and a bedroom of the house, which was gutted in it. The incident took place on the ground floor of the Edapally residence at around 2 am.

The reports further states, “At the time of the incident, the cricketer was not at home which led to a panic situation for the family however, no injuries were reported. His wife, children and two house help were home on the first floor when the fire broke out. The team of firefighters who reached the spot rescued the family by breaking-in the glass door on the first floor of the house through the stairway. Neighbours had informed the local— Thrikakkara and Gandhinagar— fire stations and police control room after noticing smoke coming out of Sreesanth’s residence.”

Meanwhile, when Sreesanth’s lifetime ban was reduced to 7 years he had told a section of media, “I am extremely delighted with what I have heard now. Thanks to each one of my well-wishers who prayed for me and the prayers have been answered. I am 36 now and next year I will be 37. I have 87 Test wickets and my aim is I want to finish my career with 100 Test wickets. I am confident that I can return to the Indian Test team and always wanted to play under Virat Kohli.”



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