Massive fire in 20-storey building in Mumbai, 7 killed

Mumbai: There has been a big news from Mumbai. In fact, a Level 3 fire has taken place in the 20-storey Kamala Building near Bhatia Hospital in Taddev here. At present, 13 fire tenders are present on the spot. On the other hand, BMC has informed that 7 people have died. It is said that 5 ambulances are present on the spot and a total of 19 people have been rescued so far. 4 persons were taken to Nair Hospital in the list but two persons were declared brought dead here.

In addition, 15 people were taken to Bhatia Hospital and three persons are in critical condition at Bhatia Hospital. All of them have been kept in the ICU. At the same time, 12 people are normally injured who have been kept in the General Ward. Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar has also made a statement about the entire matter. She rushed to the spot as soon as she came to know about the G Darsal incident. He then said that six elderly people needed an oxygen support system and have been shifted to the hospital.

They say the fire has been brought under control but the smoke is too high. All the people have been rescued. This is not the first time that a fire broke out in a closed cloth factory at the Kazi compound in the Bhiwandi area of Thane on Sunday night. Property worth crores of rupees were burnt in the fire here. Several fire tenders rushed to the spot as soon as the fire was reported, though the cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained. Let me tell you that there is no report of any casualty in this accident.

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