Mumbai, Mar 3: A massive fire broke out in a chemical factory in Asalfa village in Ghatkopar, Mumbai. At least eight fire tenders have reached the spot and are trying to douse the fire. No casualty or injury have been reported yet in the chemical factory fire in Mumbai. Also Read - Fire Breaks Out in Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh Area, 4 Fire Tenders Rushed to Spot
According to the fire brigade officials, the fire started in a chemical unit on Jangleshwar Mandir Marg at Aslfa village in Ghatkopar West, Mumbai. Also Read - Coronavirus: Maharashtra's COVID-19 Death Toll Rises to 8, Positive Cases Cross 200
The fire was reported between 11:45 pm and 11:59 PM on the intervening night of Friday and Saturday. “The fire broke out between 11.45 pm to 12 am. The fire is still not under control. One of our firemen has got some minor injuries, his treatment is being done,” said Deputy fire officer Abhay Kale, reported news agency ANI.