A fire that erupted Wednesday morning at a Rawalpindi warehouse continued to burn.
There have been rescue efforts underway for 18 hours. More than 100 firefighters are on the scene, and fire trucks from all over Rawalpindi have been called up to fight the blaze.
It erupted on Kalyam Lane, at a ghee warehouse. The fire spread over an area of four channels but most of it has been extinguished.
Two rescue workers were wounded at the scene and were given first aid.
No additional injuries or fatalities have yet been confirmed.
On Tuesday helicopters from the Pakistan Army were called to the scene to assist in the rescue efforts.
Parts of the house have also collapsed.
On-scene officials say they need to extinguish the fire and start the cooling process until they can see how the fire broke out and the extent of the damage.