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  • 6:40 PM IST

    Mumbai: One fireman has been admitted to a hospital after he experienced suffocation. 60 people have been evacuated so far. 30-35 still trapped on the terrace of the building. The rescue operation is still underway.

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  • 5:49 PM IST

    “More than 60 people have been rescued. Rescue operations and fire fighting operations are still underway,” Chief Fire Officer, Mumbai Fire Brigade.

  • 5:24 PM IST

    Mumbai: KC Road in Bandra West area has been closed and traffic diverted.

  • 5:22 PM IST

    Mumbai: Anjuman Islam school and Petrol pump situated beside the MTNL building in Bandra have been evacuated.

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  • 4:43 PM IST
    Mumbai: 14 fire tenders are present. People trapped in the building are being evacuated, approximately 100 people are reportedly trapped.
  • 4:43 PM IST

    Mumbai: Fire fighting operations underway in Bandra where a level 4 fire has broken out in MTNL (Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited) building.

  • 4:29 PM IST

Mumbai: A fire has broken out in MTNL (Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited) building at Bandra on Monday afternoon. Four fire tenders were rushed to the spot, however, later as many as 20 had to be pressed into service. Fire fighting operations are still underway. Also Read - 1 Dead After Fire Breaks Out at Factory in Delhi's Pratap Nagar

No injuries or casualties have been reported yet but reports say as many as 100 people are feared trapped on the terrace. Also Read - 6 Dead, Several Injured in Blast at Firecracker Factory Near Sivakasi in Tamil Nadu

Just a day ago, a person was feared dead as a level-2 fire broke out on the third floor of Churchill Chamber building on Merryweather Road near Taj Mahal Hotel in Colaba. Teams of fire brigade rushed to the spot and started fire-fighting operations. Also Read - Fire Breaks Out at Manufacturing Factory in Pune's Sanaswadi Area, 6 Fire Tenders Rushed

At least 14 residents, feared trapped, were rescued using fire-ladders and brought down safely.

The police cordoned off the busy Mereweather Road after the blaze triggered panic among the locals.