Mumbai: A fire broke out at a building in Andheri in the early morning hours on Wednesday. Rescue operations are currently underway.
Five fire engines and three water tankers have been pressed into action.
Mumbai: Fire broke out at a building in Andheri at 3 am today. 5 fire engines and 3 water tankers present at the spot. Firefighting operations underway. More details awaited. pic.twitter.com/QKboaf2OKd
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The blaze started around at 3 am. More are details awaited.
The incident comes barely a day after another fire broke out Tuesday on the second floor of a seven-storey commercial building situated in Madhur Industrial Estate in suburban Andheri. Eight firefighting engines, a water tanker and five ambulances were rushed to the spot.
Station officer from Goregaon fire station, Y P Shelar, received burn injuries on both his hands in the incident and was admitted to Cooper Hospital, a fire brigade official said.
"The injured officer was then shifted to Airoli Burns Centre and is now undergoing treatment there," the official said.
With agency inputs