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Mumbai: Fire breaks out in industrial estate building in Dahisar, no report of injuries

Updated on: 01 October,2023 09:21 AM IST  |  Mumbai
mid-day online correspondent |

According to Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), there was no report of anyone getting injured in the blaze, which started at 11.10 pm

Mumbai: Fire breaks out in industrial estate building in Dahisar, no report of injuries

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Key Highlights

  1. A fire broke out in an industrial estate building in Mumbai`s Dahisar area on Saturday
  2. There was no report of anyone getting injured in the blaze
  3. The fire broke out in a ground-plus-one-storey industrial estate building in Dahisar East

A fire broke out in an industrial estate building in Mumbai's Dahisar area on Saturday night.


According to Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), there was no report of anyone getting injured in the blaze, which started at 11.10 pm. The incident was reported by BMC's Mumbai Fire Brigade.


The fire broke out in a ground-plus-one-storey industrial estate building in Dahisar East. The incident occurred at Vardhaman Industrial Cooperative Society, near S V Road, Dahisar East, said BMC.


The fire was confined to three to four galas on the ground and first floor of the industrial estate building. Approximately eight to nine LPG cylinders were removed from galas, said the civic body.

Earlier on Saturday, twenty-seven persons were rescued from a fire that broke out in a high-rise in Girgaon in south Mumbai, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said.

There was no report of anyone getting injured in the blaze, which started at 2:25 pm and was doused 15 minutes later at 2:40 pm, the Mumbai fire brigade said.

"The fire broke out in a duct on the first floor of the ground-plus-14-storey building in Sikka Nagar. There was dense smoke but we managed to rescue 27 occupants, comprising 17 women, five men and five children," the fire brigade said.

The fire was confined to the wiring, and power installations in the duct and the rescue operation of occupants of different floors was carried out after opening the terrace door, the fire brigade said.

According to the official, the incident occurred at Ganesh Krupa CHS, near Dr Deshmukh Lane, Girgaon.

The MFB firefighters took control of the situation. The firefighters cut off the electric supply to mitigate any further escalation of the fire.

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