Mumbai: A fire broke out in a building in Madhu Industrial Estate, Andheri East, on Tuesday morning. Four fire engines and four water tankers at reached at the spot.
No casualties have been reported so far. A fire personnel received burn injuries while trying to douse the flames.
#Mumbai: Fire broke out in a building, in Madhu Industrial Estate, Andheri East at 10 am today; 4 fire engines and 4 water tankers present at the spot, no casualties reported pic.twitter.com/uXNkARSWXe
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The incident took place at 10 am on the second floor of the seven-storey building at the Madhur Industrial Estate in Andheri, a fire brigade official said.
"The fire was confined to the electric wiring and office furniture of a medical store situated on the building's second floor," the official said.
Eight fire fighting engines, a water tanker and five ambulances were rushed to the spot, he said, adding that efforts were on to douse the blaze, he said.
A fire official received burn injuries on his hands and was taken to the Cooper Hospital for treatment, he said.
"No office-goer was injured in the mishap," the official said, adding that the cause of the fire was yet to be ascertained.
With PTI inputs