Mumbai Fire: A massive fire broke out in a residential building in West Goregaon, Mumbai. Seven people have died after a fire broke out in a seven-storey Bhawani building on MG Road. So far 39 people have been injured in the fire while 31 people have been rescued. More than ten fire brigade vehicles reached the spot.
The fire broke out around 3 pm last night. About ten to twelve fire brigade vehicles reached the spot and evacuated 31 people to safety while 39 injured were admitted to a nearby hospital for treatment. The fire has now been brought under control and the cooling process is underway.
10 vehicles of the fire department brought the fire under control
The fire broke out in the G+5 building in Goregaon, Mumbai. According to Mumbai Police, 39 people have been rescued from the fire. After a lot of effort, 10 vehicles of the fire department controlled the fire in a building named Jai Bhavani in Goregaon West. All the injured are being treated at different hospitals.
In this matter, BMC officials said that there was information about a fire in a building late on Thursday night. Officials said that on receiving information about the fire, they immediately sent their vehicles to the spot.
Here, 4 cars and more than 30 bikes parked in the parking lot of the building were completely burnt to ashes. According to locals, a lot of old cloth was kept in the parking lot of the building, which may have caught fire. The fire soon spread to the entire parking lot and the first and second floors of the building. Of the injured brought to HBT Hospital, 6 died, including five women (2 children) and one man. 25 injured are currently undergoing treatment, including 12 men and 13 women. The injured are being treated at Cooper Hospital and HBT Hospital.