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Wednesday, 10 February 2021

Fire breaks out at Mumbai's Versova gas godown: Four cylinders explode, locals fear: four injured

A fire broke out in a gas godown in the Versova area of ​​Mumbai. 4 people were injured in the incident. Fear has spread among the locals as several cylinders exploded in the incident on Andheri Yari Road. The injured have been taken to Cooper Hospital for treatment. Sixteen fire brigade vehicles have reached the spot to douse the fire



The fire is of Level-2 type, according to fire brigade officials. The cylinder blast can be heard in many videos of the warehouse. The fire broke out at 10.10am. The area has been evacuated following the incident.


The cause of the fire is not yet known but a Twitter user said flames and flames were appearing all around. The proximity of the godown to the residential area has created an atmosphere of great fear among the locals. This is the fourth fire in and around Mumbai in the last 24 hours


Earlier, it took firefighters 20 hours to contain the Level-3 fire in the Mankhurd area on the Harbor Line. One firefighter was also injured.


Another fire broke out at 2.48pm on Tuesday on the first floor of a building in Tere Gali, Versova. No one was injured in the Level-1 incident. But some of the shops near the fish market were closed.

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