Another fire accident reported on Oct 7 in Mumbai. The mishap took place in A to Z industrial estate on Ganpati Rao Kadam road in Lower Parel area of Mumbai at around 9.52 am. As soon as the fire was noticed, the administration informed the firefighters. Fire engines from the Lower Parel and Worli fire stations were rushed to the spot. The Mumbai Fire Brigade pressed four fire engines, three water tankers and an ambulance to the spot. It took around an hour to the fire brigade to douse off the flames. However, no injuries reported in this incident as the people inside the building were alerted on time. The fire brigade team evacuated all the people from the building safely.
An officer from Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) disaster management department said, “There are some slum shanties and some office space where the fire started. It is a level 1 – a minor fire that was doused at the early stage before it caused severe damage.
The incident displayed a lack of fire security equipment in organizations. There was no human loss but some worthy assets burnt to ashes in the fire.
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