Mumbai: Fire Breaks Out in Byculla Timberyard, 8 Fire Engines at Spot
Mumbai fire (Photo Credits: ANI)

Mumbai, August 28: A major fire broke out in a timberyard at Santa Sawta Marg in Mustafa Bazaar of Mazgaon, in Byculla. The incident took place in the early hours of Wednesday. 8 fire tenders rushed to the spot to douse the raging flames. There have been no reports on the extent of the damage or any casualties from this fire. More details on this piece of news are awaited. Fire Breaks Out at MTNL Building in Bandra-Kurla Complex; 60 Rescued.

A week ago, a major fire broke out at two godowns in an industrial area in suburban Goregaon. Two firemen were injured during the fire-fighting operation. The fire broke out at Plot no 7 in Udyog Nagar Industrial Estate in Goregaon West at 6.57 am.

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The fire was confined to two godowns of chemical and pharmaceutical products, located on the second floor of the ground plus two-storey building. The fire brigade team reached the spot at 7.25 am and immediately launched the fire-fighting operation. Two firemen complained of suffocation during the operation and were taken to a hospital.

Last month, a level 4 fire broke out at MTNL Building in Mumbai’s Bandra-Kurla Complex area. Several people were trapped in the blaze, who were eventually rescued by the fire department officials. As soon as the incident was reported, police and fire brigade rushed to the spot.