A major fire broke out in a catering shop in north Mumbai's Kandivali area on Thursday evening.
The fire which broke out in the shop located on MG Road near Vrindavan hospital started at around 6.30 pm.
Workers inside the shop ran out immediately and the fire brigade was summoned. Four fire engines and four water tankers were sent to the spot in what was called a grade 2 fire.
Firemen trying to douse the blaze that broke out at a Kandivali catering shop on Thursday.
"Although the fire spread quickly and became fairly large, it has now been brought under control. It will be doused soon," said assistant municipal commissioner of R/South ward Sahebrao Gaikwad.
No casualty has been reported so far and firefighting operations are still underway.
More details are awaited.