Fire Breaks Out In Mumbai’s Partiksha Nagar Building, No Injuries Reported
A fire broke out at 4.30 am today in a building in the city’s Sion area. The blaze was brought under control by around 6.30 am
A fire broke out in Mumbai’s Sion area today morning at around 4.30 am. Allegedly caused by a short circuit, around 10-15 people were evacuated by the fire department from the T-4 building in Pratiksha Nagar. Four firemen were deployed at the location. No injuries have been reported. The situation was brought under control at around 6.30 am.
Just a day back in the early hours of 27 December, a major fire accident took place in Charkop’s Sai Baba Temple at around 4.30 am. Three people who were sleeping in the premises lost their lives after they failed to escape the flames. According to the emergency fire services department, the incident was caused by a short circuit.
Fire incidents have been abundant this year in Maharashtra. In October, a massive smoke engulfed south Mumbai’s Nagpada area after a short circuit in the second floor of a mall. The impact soon spread to the other levels as well, forcing the authorities to evacuate residents of a nearby building that shared a terrace with the shopping complex. The blaze was drenched after 36 hours with as many as 18 fire engines and 10 jumbo tankers.
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