Mumbai: A fire broke out at Cama Industrial Estate in Mumbai’s Goregaon in the wee hours of Tuesday. At least 12 fire tenders were rushed to the spot to douse the flames which broke out at around 2:30 AM. Also Read - Mumbai Local Train: From Commuters Getting Real-time Updates of Trains to Prevention of Accidents | Benefits of Newly-installed MTRC System

No casualties have been reported. The cause of the fire is not yet known. Firefighting operations are underway. Also Read - Railways Raises Platform Ticket Price to Rs 50 at Key Mumbai Stations: Full List of Stations Here

On Monday, a fire broke out in housing in Big Bazaar outlet in the city’s Matunga West area. At least five fire engines, a Quick Response Vehicle, one ambulance, and several Fire Brigade personnel were rushed to the site for operations. Also Read - After Mumbai Power Blackout, US Firm Says Chinese Hackers Still Actively Targeting Indian Ports

No casualty was reported in this incident either.

On April 22, another fire broke out at Mumbai’s Crawford Market. Four fire engines were engaged in dousing the blaze and no casualty was reported.