New Delhi: In an unfortunate incident, a major fire on Tuesday broke out at a chemical factory in Maharashtra’s Dombivali area. As per the update, four fire tenders have rushed to the spot to bring the fire under control. Also Read - Engine of Bengaluru-bound GoAir Flight Catches Fire; All Passengers And Crew Safe

As per media reports, people trapped inside the building have been rescued and no injury has been reported so far from the incident. However, the cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained. Also Read - Fire Breaks Out at GST Bhavan in Mumbai's Byculla, no Casualties so Far

The firefighters stated that the fire broke out around 12.45 AM in Metropolitan company, located in the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) area of Dombivali township.

The fire incident in Dombivali area comes a day after another fire broke out in Mumbai’s GST Bhavan. In that building, nearly 3500 staffs were working when the fire broke out on Monday.

Last year in April, a similar fire had broken out at a chemical plant located in Dombivli Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) in Thane District. Eight fire engines were deployed to douse the flames.

“The blaze had started around 6.55 AM in the chemical plant situated behind the Manpada police station in Dombivli MIDC,” Regional Disaster Management Cell (RDMC) chief Santosh Kadam had said.