Mumbai Fire: Swiggy Delivery Boy Hailed on Social Media For Joining Rescue Operations at Andheri Hospital, Saving 10 Lives
Maharashtra Government Ordered Probe into Mumbai ESIC Kamgar Hospital Blaze | (Photo Credits: ANI)

Mumbai, December 19: Heroes can emerge from anywhere. An example of this was set by a twenty-year-old Sidhu Humanabade, who saved lives in the recent fire incident at Mumbai's ESIC Kamgar Hospital. Sidhu Humanabade works as a Swiggy delivery boy and he happened to be near the hospital when the fire broke out at the hospital. Sidhu voluntarily offered to help the fire-fighters and helped save 10 lives in the hospital fire. Mumbai Fire: Two-Month-Old Among 6 Killed, 157 Injured in Andheri Hospital Blaze.

Sidhu is now admitted in Seven Hills hospital after he complained of chest pain. The 20-year-old Sidhu said that he heard screams of people when he reached near the hospital and decided to help people.

His act is winning hearts on social media and  netizens are appreciating his brave act.

Check the Tweets Below:

People are praising the young boy's sense of well-being for those around him:

People are proud of Sidhu's effort:

Netizens are in awe of Sidhu's brave act:

This Twitter handle called Sidhu a brave person and appreciated his valiant act:

At least eight people were killed and 157 left injured after a massive fire was reported at a government hospital in Andheri's Marol. Among those killed includes a two-month-old baby, whose body has been recovered. The firefighting operation lasted for nearly 7 hours, as the flames were brought under control around midnight.