The fire that broke out at a pharmaceutical company in Maharashtra's Raigad district a day ago has killed four persons and left seven others injured, and a search operation is underway to trace seven missing individuals, an official said on November 4. The blaze erupted at Blue Jet Healthcare at the Mahad MIDC in neighbouring Raigad at 11:00 AM, and search operation by the concerned authority is underway.
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A fire broke out in a building in Mumbai's Kurla area in the wee hours of Saturday. Fire brigade personnel rushed the spot as soon as information about the fire was received and rescued around 50-60 people from different floors, out of which 39 people were admitted to the nearby hospital.Fire has been controlled, the BMC and situation is said to be under control.
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In Delhi’s Indralok area, a fire broke out at a toy factory on August 30. The fire was massive and required 14 fire tenders to attend to it. Immediately after the incident, 14 fire tenders were despatched to douse the fire. “The fire has been brought under control. No casualty has been reported,” said MK Chattopadhyay, Divisional Fire officer.
A fire broke out in a multi-storey building at Uttar Pradesh’s Moradabad, killing five persons and leaving seven others injured. Following the incident at the said three-storey building, the injured persons have been rushed to a hospital for treatment. Reportedly, members of the same family were residing in that building. Further details on the matter is awaited.
In a mobile godown situated at Delhi’s Patparganj industrial area, a massive fire broke out on the second floor, on August 25. The building reportedly has four-storeys, and the fire broke out at around 10 am. Around 10 fire tenders rushed to the spot to douse the fire. Furthermore, no causalities have been reported in the incident.
In London’s Southwark, a fire broke out under the railway arches on Union street, on August 17, informed London Fire Brigade. The footage of the incident was shared on social media, in which a thick column of smoke can be seen rising above the capital city. Reportedly, around 70 firefighters and over 10 fire engines were deployed to douse the fire.
In Uttar Pradesh's Ghaziabad, fire broke out in a soap manufacturing factory in Bulandshahr road industrial area on August 8. Reportedly, the fire has been brought under control, and no casualties were reported. Further details on the matter is awaited. In a similar incident, a fire broke out at a godown in June, in Ghaziabad. Over 12 fire tenders engaged to douse the fire.
A fire broke out in Uttar Pradesh Advocate General's office on July 17. The office is situated in Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar building, and white smoke was seen passing out from the building. About 15 fire tenders rushed to the spot to douse the fire. Reportedly, fifth to eighth floors were impacted in the mishap, however, no casualties were reported. Files of government cases are kept in the eighth floor.
In Delhi's Paharganj, on the second floor of Roma Delux Hotel, a fire broke out in the wee hours, on July 14. Immediately after the incident, four tenders were rushed to the spot to douse the fire. Reportedly, at least 10 persons were rescued from the second and third floor of the hotel. The fire broke out at around 4 am, and reportedly no injuries were reported.
In Gandhinagar's Kalol GIDC, a fire broke out in a pharma company, on May 22. About 10 firefighters rushed to the spot to douse the fire, reported ANI, over a Tweet. Furthermore, it has been informed that no workers were present on the premises when the fire broke out. However, the information can be confirmed only after the fire has been doused, read the Tweet.
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