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Mumbai: 2 Dead in Kandivali Building Fire

Two individuals lost their lives and three others sustained injuries in a serious fire that started on the first level of a nine-story building in Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra, on October 23. Glory Walphati, 43, and Josu Gems Robert, 8, have been named as the deceased by the fire department. Three further people, 40-year-old Lakshmi Bura, 24-year-old Rajeshwari Bhartare, and 76-year-old Ranjan Subodh Shah, suffered burn wounds.

Officials on Mumbai Building Fire

At 12:27 p.m. today, Mumbai Fire Services learned of the fire and immediately dispatched fire tenders. To the Pavan Dham Veena Santur building, according to an official. According to a civic official, the fire department, however, dispatched four fire engines and other vehicles to the scene. “Fire-fighting operation is going on with the help of two small hose lines and one first aid line of four motor pumps,” added the official.

Mumbai: 2 Dead in Kandivali Building Fire

The 108 ambulance service, Adani Power, the police, and the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) ward have all been activated, according to him. According to information provided by Times of India, the injured have been indeed transported quickly to Shatabdi Hospital. As per the report, the fire was contained to electrical wiring and installations. However, the cause of the incident has not yet been determined. According to BJP MLA Sunil Rane, the police and fire department are looking into how the incident started.

The building sustained significant damage as a result of smoke spreading from the first floor. Went up to six or seven stories after the fire started on the first floor. The cause of the fire’s outbreak is being looked into by the police and fire service. We talk to them all the time,” a BJP MLA stated. A ground-plus-seven-story residential structure in Mumbai’s Goregaon neighborhood caught fire earlier this month, causing seven fatalities and more than 40 injuries. Thirty residents were rescued.

Mumbai Building Fire

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