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Fire Breaks Out On 10th Floor Of Residential Apartment Building In Mumbai, No Casualty Reported

Around 10 fire tenders are present at the spot and fire fighting operations are underway.

Updated: February 28, 2022 6:58 PM IST

By India.com News Desk | Edited by Sanstuti Nath

Fire Breaks Out On 10th Floor Of Residential Apartment Building In Mumbai, No Casualty Reported
Fire breaks out in NG Royal Park area of Kanjurmarg in Mumbai

Mumbai: A major fire broke out on the 10th floor of a ground-plus-eleven-story residential apartment building in NG Royal Park area in Mumbai’s Kanjurmarg on Monday afternoon. According to news agency ANI, the fire is reported to be of level 2. Nobody was injured in the incident and the fire was doused after two hours by around 3:30 PM, a Fire Brigade official said.

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The blaze broke out in the B-wing of the NG Royal Park building located in Kanjurmarg (East) in Central Mumbai. “It was a ‘level-2’ (major) fire and was confined to the 9th and 10th floors of the building,” news agency PTI reported quoting the ire Brigade official.

The fire brigade got a call at 1.17 pm about the blaze, following which six fire engines, four jumbo tankers, two water tankers, an ambulance and other assistance were rushed to the spot.

“Fire remained confined to the electric wiring, installations, household articles, false ceiling, split AC outdoor and indoor units, wooden furniture and other materials in the flat no 1101 on the 11th floor and electric wiring, installations, false ceiling, AC units in the flat no 1001 on the 10th floor of the stilt plus 11 upper floored residential building,” he said.

Prima facie, the fire spread from the 11th floor flat to the 10th floor one. The exact cause of the blaze is under investigation.

Fire Brigade personnel cut off the electric supply of the building. The flames were put out by using two small hose lines with the help of eight motor pumps.

(With agency inputs)

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