Mumbai: A fire broke out in two buses parked in Nehru Nagar area of Mumbai’s Kurla on Sunday. Fire tenders were rushed to the spot.
No casualties or injuries have been reported as of now. A fire extinguishing operation currently is underway.
On Saturday, a moving car caught fire at Eastern Express Highway between Mulund and Vikhroli in Mumbai. The driver of the car escaped unhurt.
Meanwhile, last month, a major fire broke out in the seventh floor-based flat of a building, situated in Tilak Chowk area in Mumbai’s Kalyan. No casualties were reported. The flat belonged to a businessman Ramesh Jain and is located in the Sapphire building in Kalyan. The blaze rapidly spread to the sixth-floor-based flat. All the residents were safely rescued before the fire could spread further.
On January 11, a fire broke out at a plastic factory in Kandivali. Five fire tenders were used in carrying out the fire fighting operations.
The cause of the fire was believed to be a short-circuit. However, the exact reason is yet to be ascertained. No reports of casualties or injuries were received.