Mumbai tragedy: 20-storey building fire burns 15 people

Mumbai: A big news has surfaced from Mumbai in Maharashtra. In fact, there was a major accident here this morning, Saturday morning. According to reports, a fire broke out in a 20-storey building of Kamala Building near Bhatia Hospital in Tardev, Mumbai. As per the information received in the case, the fire has started on the 18th floor and 15 people have been reported burnt so far. Not only that, all the people have been admitted to Bhatia Hospital. Rescue operation is on. On the other hand, as per the information received from the hospital in the case, 12 of the burnt persons have been admitted to general burn ward while 3 persons have been admitted to ICU.

It is also reported that 7 am. The fire broke out on the 18th floor of Kamala Building at 30 pm and 13 fire engines are present to douse the flames. The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained from here, however, the fire has been brought under control. The smoke has now filled the house and rescue operations are on. It is also said that the fire was caused by a short circuit. Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar has informed about the matter. He has said, 'The beds in Bhatia Hospital are full.

In this case, the nearby hospital has been asked to keep the beds empty. He further said, 'People are being evacuated from the building. At the same time, he also said, "There is a fire on the 18th-19th floor. The rescue team is being rescued. However, the fire has now been brought under control. Well, this is not the first case, but there are cases that are going on in Mumbai day in and day out, which remain shocking.

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