A massive fire incident has come to light in Kurla area of Mumbai, in which several motorcycles present at the spot were gutted. According to information received from news agency ANI, today i.e. on Wednesday morning, about 20 motorcycles parked in the residential area in Nehru Nagar of Kurla area caught fire. During this, all the motorcycles were burnt to ashes. Fire brigade vehicles reached the spot extinguished the fire.
At present, the cause of the fire is not known. There is no information about any casualty in this incident.
fire in junk market
Let us tell you that earlier a fire broke out in Mandla junk market in Mankhurd, an eastern suburb of Mumbai. Ten fire tenders and water tankers were sent to the spot as soon as the incident was reported. A fire brigade official said that the fire engulfed seven to eight shops in the market. Various types of junk including empty chemical drums were kept in this market. “After fighting for more than three hours, the fire was brought under control from all sides,” he said.
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A seven-storey fire broke out in Mumbai’s Khar
Earlier, a 40-year-old woman was killed when a fire broke out in a seven-storey building in Mumbai’s suburb Khar West. Two others, including a 10-year-old girl, were rescued.
According to a municipal official, the fire broke out in the Nutan Villa building at around 7 pm and fire tenders reached the spot within 20 minutes. The flames spread to the duct through which the building’s electrical wires pass. Very soon smoke filled a large part of the building and firefighters had to use breathing apparatus, the official said.
They rescued Sangeeta Thakur (45) and Palak Jagwani (10), but Hema Jagwani (40), who was trapped in the same room, suffocated and was declared brought dead on arrival at Hinduja Hospital.
(with PTI input)