In Mumbai's Mulund region, a massive fire broke out in a five storeyed building. The incidence occurred in the afternoon of April 25, following which the local police and fire tenders rushed to the spot. As per sources, five fire fighters reached the spot and tried to douse the fire. As of now no casualties has been reported, but property damaged happened. A case has been registered and investigation launched.
In Mumbai's Borivali West, a neighbourhood of Saibaba Nagar, a four-story building collapsed on August 19. There have been no casualties and all residents have been safely evacuated from the building, confirmed fore brigade officials, who rushed to the spot. Notably, the four-storey building was Geetanjali, and was an old construction and was termed a derelict structure by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).
Courtesy: ABP Live News