Mumbai: A massive fire broke out at a commercial complex in Mumbai’s Worli locality on Saturday. However, no casualties were reported in the incident.
According to news agency, the fire started on the ground floor of four-storey Sadhana Mill building behind Mahindra Towers in Worli area around 5 PM. Eight fire engines were pressed into services to bring the blaze under control, according to a Mumbai Fire Brigade official.
Nobody was injured in the incident, he added. The Fire Brigade officials initially said that it was Level-2 fire which broke out at Sadhana House, but it was later upgraded to a Level-3 fire.
The Sadhana House building houses shops and offices. Ahead of that, another incident of fire was reported around 10 AM at an under-construction building near Kamala Mills Compound.
A total of five fire tenders were rushed to the spot. No casualties were reported from there either.
On Thursday, five persons were killed in a major fire that broke out at a high-rise in Tilak Nagar area of Mumbai’s Chembur. The parents of a policeman were also among the deceased. Two others, including a fireman, were reportedly injured in the incident.