A fire broke out at Delphi Building in Mumbai's Powai on Wednesday morning. The fire broke out around 6:15 am and was confined to the 3,000 sq ft office area on 5th floor. 3 small engine lines of 5 fire motor pumps are in operation. No injuries reported so far.
More details are awaited.
Earlier on June 28, a fire broke out at Usha Kiran building on Carmichael Road in Mumbai on Saturday. Reportedly, the incident took place in a car park and five cars were damaged.
Meanwhile, three separate incidents of fire were reported in the city on June 25. No casualties were reported in any of them.
The first blaze was reported at a plastic factory at Nanddham Industrial Estate in Marol in the early hours. The blaze was confined to the ground floor of the godown.
The second fire broke out at Jolly Maker Chambers- 2 at Jamanalal Bajaj Marg in Nariman Point. The fire was confined to the electric wiring, electric installation, office furniture, computers, UPS battery, office records, important documents and false ceiling in an area of about 4000 sq ft of Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait, located on the ground floor of the high-rise.
The Raghuvanshi Mills fire was the third incident to be reported, and occurred at around 9:28 am. Eight fire engines and six jumbo tankers were pressed into service. The intensity of the fire had escalated to Level- 4 (the highest level) by afternoon. Fire brigade personnel managed to control the blaze after almost nine hours of fire-fighting, and at around 5.47 pm, the firefighters started cooling operations.
(Inputs from Agencies)