Mumbai: In yet one more incident of a fireplace in a high-rise constructing in Mumbai, a stage 2 blaze erupted on the 14th flooring of the bottom plus the 21-storey Jivesh constructing on Bandstand Street in Bandra at 7
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Mumbai: In yet one more incident of a fireplace in a high-rise constructing in Mumbai, a stage 2 blaze erupted on the 14th flooring of the bottom plus the 21-storey Jivesh constructing on Bandstand Street in Bandra at 7.46 pm. No casualties have been reported.
Mumbai Fireplace Brigade (MFB) hastened 16 hearth engines and jumbo tankers to the spot. Fireplace preventing operations have been carried out utilizing a turntable ladder from the exterior facet of the constructing, hearth brigade officers mentioned. The cooling operation was ongoing until late at night time.
Hemant Parab, Chief Fireplace Officer (CFO), mentioned that the firefighting system within the high-rise was defunct. “The firefighting system was not working and all residents have been evacuated safely. We’re finishing up an in depth investigation and relying on its final result we’ll ship them a discover,” Parab mentioned.
Throughout cooling operations, 31-year-old firefighter Kaushal Rajput acquired minor accidents.
A senior hearth official who was current on the spot mentioned that some restore work was being carried out between the thirteenth and 14th flooring the place the blaze erupted. “The precise motive is but to be ascertained. We have now shut down the electrical energy traces as a precautionary measure and all of the residents have been evacuated and are at present sheltered within the basement of the constructing,” a senior hearth division official mentioned.
The residents vacated the constructing proper quickly after the fireplace broke out so nobody wanted to be rescued. Along with the fireplace brigade officers, Mumbai police, ambulances and ward employees have been additionally current on the web site.
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