Mumbai: One individual died and 12 others, together with a girl, sustained accidents after a portion of a slab collapsed in a ground-plus-one industrial construction in Chembur on Thursday afternoon.
The incident occurred round 3:15pm in Pushpa Industrial Property within the upmarket suburb.
Based on police officers, one of many supporting beams of the slab on the primary flooring bought indifferent, due of which a big piece of the slab got here crashing down on the bottom flooring, the place folks had been working in a garment manufacturing facility. The incident injured folks on each the primary and floor flooring.
Police officers stated the injured had been instantly hastened to Inlaks Hospital, which is 500 meters away from the spot, in order that they’ll obtain remedy. Later, the hearth brigade too, reached the spot.
5 individuals, together with a girl, sustained minor accidents. Eight others suffered extreme accidents, one in all them died within the hospital.
The deceased has been recognized as Murari Jha, 24. He was married with two kids, a 4-year-old son, and a one-and-half-year-old daughter.
He was essential when delivered to the hospital and breathed his final within the night.
His uncle, Pawan Jha stated that he married 5 years in the past and was the only incomes member of his household.
Others who had been admitted to the hospital, are recognized as – Murad Ali, 22, Dhiraj Kumar, 19, Rehan Khan, 19, Vilas Kulkarni, 58, Mohan Pathak, 55, Premnath Dhanavade, 53.
Physician Anil Jadhav of Inlaks Hospital, the place the victims had been admitted, shared, “Vilas Kulkarni and Murad Ali are within the ICU, whereas 5 individuals are usually ward and their circumstances are stables. Individuals suffered accidents largely within the head and a few of them have fractures.”
Senior inspector Jayakumar Suryavanshi of the Chembur police station knowledgeable, “Quickly after receiving the details about the incident, a police staff additionally reached the spot. All different injured admitted to the personal hospital are secure.”