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Two fire in city, four injured

DNMUM389003 | 5/19/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :139

Four were injured after a fire broke out in the kitchen of a building in Nagpada on Thursday afternoon. Though the intensity of the fire was low, three members of the family received around 80 per cent burn injuries while one member of the family suffocated due to smoke. All four have been admitted to JJ Hospital, Nagpada.
The level I fire call was reported at building number 66, Patani Building, Temkar Street, near Jain Tower in Nagpada.
According to disaster control officials, the fire broke out around 3:18 pm and was doused at 3:50 pm.
In another fire instance, a fire broke out at a godown in Cotton Green around 4:36 pm. The fire was brought under control by around 6:37 pm with the help of five fire engines and three small
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