At least 20 people, including four children, were rescued after a giant wheel in Navratri Mela at outer North Delhi stopped working, a fire department official said on Thursday.

Sharing the details, the director of Delhi Fire Service (DFS) Atul Garg said that a rescue call was received at 11:10 p.m. on Wednesday from Subash Ramleela Maidan in Narela that more than 20 people were trapped in a giant wheel. 

“Acting on the call, two fire tenders along with the rescue teams were rushed to the site. 

"A total of 20 people, including four men, 12 women and four children were safely rescued from the jammed wheel swings,” said Garg. 

“No casualty was reported. Particulars could not be traced out,” Garg added. 

However, police were yet to respond to the incident.