New Delhi: A major fire on Tuesday broke out at the Rippon Hotel in south Mumbai’s Nagpada area which was being used as a quarantine centre for coronavirus patients. As per updates, two fire tenders have rushed to the spot to bring the fire under control. Also Read - Delhi: Fire at Shelter Home Near Kashmiri Gate, no Casualties so Far
As per media reports, a level-II fire broke at the Rippon Hotel on Bellasis Road in Nagpada. However, the fire is confined in the hotel’s lodging room.
Mumbai Fire Brigade said that most of the patients have been rescued and the search operation was going on to find missing people.
As per latest updates, the fire was brought under control. Total 27 people including 25 patients and 2 staff were rescued.