The cooling operation, which was conducted for two days by fire officials used 12 water tanks with a capacity of 13,000 litres each, totalling 1,56,000 litres.
Twenty one fire engines were used with a capacity of 4,500 litres each, totalling 94,500 litres. Five ambulances were sent to Mantralaya since yesterday to retrieve the dead bodies found in the building.
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