Video: Massive Fire Engulfs MIDC Factory In Nashik's Sinnar

Video: Massive Fire Engulfs MIDC Factory In Nashik's Sinnar

The video showed huge fire engulfing the place, with plumes of smoke being throw in the air.

Rahul MUpdated: Friday, February 02, 2024, 07:13 PM IST
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Massive fire broke out in a factory at the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) in Sinnar, Nashik, on Friday. Firefighter arrived at the scene to douse the raging flames. The incident happened at the Adima Private Limited factory located in the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) premises in Musalgaon, Sinnar.

A video of the fire showed huge blaze engulfing the place, with plumes of smoke being throw in the air.

According to reports, the fire broke out at about 4 pm at the Adima Organics factory, located on Musalgaon Sinnar Expressway. About 10 to 12 employees of the overall staff of 20 to 25 were present at work during the incident. Five fire tenders are reportedly on-site to contain the massive blaze.

The fire also caused sporadic exploxions, triggering panic and chaos in the area.

Firefighters arrived at the scene to battle the blaze. The exact cause of the fire remained unclear.

Fortunately, all 50 to 60 workers in the factory have been reported to be safem with no injuries.

The Sinnar Nagar Parishad officials and fire brigades arrived at scene. According to reports, Sinnar Taluka Cooperative Industrial Estate chairman Namkaran Aware, manager Kamlakar Pote and MIDC police inspector Yashwant Baviskar also reached the spot.

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