A massive fire broke out at Mehta building in Kurla area of Mumbai on January 24 in the night. This fire erupted on the premises of the building. Locals called to the Mumbai fire brigade and Mumbai police team at around 10 pm. Slowly, the flames spreading all across the building. 8 fire engines, 2 Quick Response vehicles, one water tanker, a control port, and 6 jumbo water tankers rushed to the spot to fight the flames. Fortunately, no one was injured in this mishap.
Some cylinder blasts took place on 2nd floor of the ‘C’ wing of the building during this period. A level 3 fire broke out on the 3rd floor of Mehta building on New mill road behind the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation L ward office in Kurla (West), Mumbai during the night. According to reports, the fire started from the second floor of the Mehtab Co-operative Housing Society, which was located in SG Barve Marg, Buddha Colony in Kurla’s Ambedkar Nagar. Locals suspect that a cylinder blast could be the reason behind the fire.
Fire brought under control after 3 hours. Traffic movement was disrupted for a few hours in the area.
The analysts at CyberTech Risk Center generated constant alerts on this incident with moderate impact. This helped their clients take alternative travel routes to maintain continuity in business. The analysts closely monitored the situation providing its clients with timely alerts about the same which helped them take business continuity measures and ensure employee safety in time. We at Cybertech’s Risk Center cover Structure Fire, Industrial Fire, Explosion, High Rise Fire, Vehicle Fire under the ‘Fire’ category at Pan India label.
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