Mumbai: Fire breaks out in building at Bhendi Bazaar; 2 dead

Updated: May 24, 2019, 09:47 IST | mid-day online desk |

Search for any other trapped person is in progress. Netizens on social networking site were quick to post updates about the fire that took place in Bhendi Bazaar

Pic Courtesy/ Twitter
Pic Courtesy/ Twitter

Two people died and several others were injured after a fire broke out in a building at Bhendi Bazaar in Mumbai on Thursday night.

"The fire has been brought under control and 12 persons have been rescued so far. A fire audit will be done to ascertain the reason behind the fire," said Praveen Parsdeshi, BMC Commissioner.

The injured were taken to JJ hospital in a private ambulance.

Search for any other trapped person is in progress.

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