The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Wednesday said a trolley lift of about length 150 ft. of an under-construction high-rise building broke and fell on the nearby hutments.
According to the BMC officials, the incident was reported at 3.46 pm on June 7 by Mumbai Fire Brigade.
The indent happened at the Deserva building, Ashok Nagar near Vashi Naka.
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"Goods carrying crane of about length 150 ft. of an under-construction high-rise building was broken and fallen on nearby two to three hutments. At least five to six people were reported to be injured by the locals," said the BMC official.
"23-year-old Ashutosh Mishra suffered a minor injury and is in stable condition," added the BMC official.