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. Also Read - 5 Dead After Fire Breaks Out at Rajdhani Hospital in Raipur
No casualties or injuries have been reported as of now. A fire extinguishing operation currently is underway. Also Read - Neil Nitin Mukesh And His Family Test Positive For COVID-19 Despite Staying at Home
On Saturday, a moving car caught fire at Eastern Express Highway between Mulund and Vikhroli in Mumbai. The driver of the car escaped unhurt. Also Read - Complete Lockdown in Mumbai? BMC Mayor Makes BIG Statement
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.