Fire Breaks Out At Godown In Mumbai’s Madanpur, 8 Fire Tenders Rush To Spot

The BMC further added that 8 fire tenders, 5 jumbo tenders and ambulance services have rushed to the spot.

Published: January 12, 2022 9:08 PM IST

By India.com News Desk | Edited by Manmath Nayak

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In the fire, three workers were charred to death in Maharashtra's Palghar.

Mumbai: A massive fire on Wednesday broke out at a godown in Mumbai’s Madanpur area. As per latest reports from the BMC, the fire was confined to the ground floor and one (floor). The BMC further added that 8 fire tenders, 5 jumbo tenders and ambulance services have rushed to the spot.

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It must be noted that a similar fire had two days back broken out in a wooden godown near Mustafa Bazar in Byculla, Mumbai.

According to Mumbai Fire Brigade, eight fire brigades were sent to the spot to douse the flames. “The fire was later brought under control,” KD Ghadigaonkar, divisional fire officer said and added that no casualties were reported in the incident.

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Published Date: January 12, 2022 9:08 PM IST