Mumbai, Jan 27: A fire broke out in a factory in Goregaon East area in Mumbai in the early hours of Saturday. 15 fire tenders were rushed to the spot to douse the fire. The fire broke out at Kama Industrial Estate on Wallbert Road around 8 AM, an official of the Disaster Control Cell of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said. No casualty or injury has been reported from a blaze in a factory in Goregaon East.
The cause of the fire has not been released yet. Rescue and fire fighting operations are underway. More details are awaited in a fire incident in a Goregaon factory in Mumbai.
This is the fifth fire incident this month. Fire in a building in Goregaon East has come a few days after a massive fire broke out in a godown at Mistry Industrial Estate in suburban Andheri on Sunday night. To douse the fire, eight fire engines and six water tankers were rushed to the spot. “Two firefighters sustained minor injuries and were admitted to the nearby Cooper Hospital. They were discharged after being provided primary treatment,” a fire brigade official was quoted as saying.
Earlier, a fire had broken out in a timber shop on SV road in Mumbai’s Andheri. The fire came a day after a minor fire broke out on the third floor of a sessions court building in south Mumbai’s Fort. The first call to the fire department was made around 7.50 this morning, following which, 5 fire engines were rushed to the spot.
More details are awaited in the incident in a factory in Goregaon East area in Mumbai, Maharashtra.