A fire that broke out at a factory in west Delhi area this morning has been brought under control. Twenty fire engines were rushed to Mundka after the fire was reported in the plywood factory in the area at 5 am. "We received the first fire call at around 5 am. At 6:22 am we declared it a medium category fire. This is a warehouse full of wood logs which led to the fire spreading to other buildings as well however we have controlled it from spreading any further. The fire fighting operations are underway with 21 fire-brigade vehicles on the spot," Fire Officer SS Tulli was quoted as saying by news agency ANI.