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Fire in Sun Mill compound, no injuries

DNMUM400834 | 11/15/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :131



A fire broke out at Lower Parel’s Sun Mill compound around 7.10pm on Tuesday. Five fire engines and five water tankers have been rushed to douse the fire. No injuries have been reported so far.
According to an official from the Mumbai Fire Brigade (MFB), the fire broke out on the third floor of a ground-plus-four storey building in the compound.
The disaster control cell of BMC said the fire broke out at a closed godown and no one was reported injured.
“A level-II fire was reported, which has been brought under control,” said an official from MFB. He added that the cooling process will continue for the next couple of hours. “The exact reason is not known. However, a short circuit might have caused the fire,” said the official.


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