Mumbai: A four-storey building collapse collapsed in Mumbai's Kurla. Yes, and according to the BMC's data last night, in this case, seven people were rescued in the accident, while 20-25 people are feared to be buried under the debris. Yes, with this, another person has been pulled out of the debris. Since then, a total of 8 people have been rescued. It is being told that a fire brigade team and police are present at the spot and a rescue operation is going on (NDRF rescue operation). According to the information received, the incident took place at Naik Nagar in Kurla.
Four-storey building collapse in Kurla, Mumbai | 1 more rescued alive. Rescue operation on. No confirmation on how many people still trapped, says Ashish Kumar, NDRF Dy Commandant— ANI (@ANI) June 28, 2022
As per BMC's last night data, 7 people were rescued with 20-25 likely to be trapped under debris pic.twitter.com/uLfj84wiOd
According to the BMC, eight people rescued from under the debris have been taken to the hospital and their condition is stable. Reacting to the incident, Shiv Sena leader Aaditya Thackeray said, "Notices were given to vacate the four buildings but many people still live there. Our priority is to evacuate the building and demolish the building. The deputy commander of NDRF said that rescue operations are still going on. Another person has been rescued. 25-30 people are expected to be trapped, but the exact figures are not yet clear. It is taking time to get inside as the floor of the building falls into a shape above the other. Let us also tell you all that a few days ago, a two-storey building collapsed near the Western Express Highway in the Bandra area and one person was killed in the accident, while around 22 people were injured.
At the same time, some of the casualties in this accident were rescued by those present at the spot before the start of the relief work. After the information of the incident, several fire tenders had reached the spot and started relief and rescue operations. The incident took place when a dilapidated structure of a G plus two building collapsed at Shastri Nagar in the Bandra West area. Two days before the incident, four relief workers were injured when the parking lift of a newly constructed multi-storey building collapsed in Mumbai's Kalyan area.
The incident took place when the relief workers were checking the lift on the fourth floor of the newly constructed 23-storey building and as soon as there was a loud sound of the lift falling, many people present at the spot rushed towards the lift and immediately pulled out the injured from inside the lift. At the same time, the incident was later reported to the fire brigade and the injured personnel were admitted to the hospital.