Maharashtra: Blast at textile factory and massive fire breaks out

Mumbai: A major fire broke out in a factory in the Boisar area of Maharashtra recently. According to information received in the case, a fire broke out in Jakharia Fabric Limited with a loud bang and one death has been reported in the accident and four persons have been injured. In this case, it is also being reported that teams of police and firemen have reached the spot and the injured are now being evacuated. Firemen are still trying to control the fire in the case.

Let us also tell you that a major fire broke out in a textile factory at Mankoli MIDC in the Ambernath area of Thane district in Maharashtra a few days ago. However, no casualty was reported in the incident. On the other hand, according to the thane Regional Disaster Management Branch, the ground floor of the three-story factory caught fire at 11.45 am, causing the cloth stock in the premises to burn to ashes completely.

The fire was doused after a few hours of power by fire tenders and staff from Anand Nagar MIDC, Ambernath, and Badlapur. Similarly, so far, no death cases have been reported and a large number of casualties have been reported in these cases.

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