Fire breaks out in Byculla building in Mumbai, five rescued

A total of five people has been rescued from the incident site. No injuries were reported, as per fire official.

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A massive fire broke out in a building in Mumbai's Byculla West area on Wednesday. According to the fire officials, 12 fire tenders are on the spot to extinguish the fire. 

A total of five people has been rescued from the incident site. No injuries were reported, as per fire official.

The incident was reported at 07:29 am by Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's (BMC) Mumbai Fire Brigade (MFB). The fire occurred in a building located opposite Saiffi Manzil, near the Hyatt Medical Area.

Meanwhile, the operations for dousing the fire is on.

Apart from this, another fire incident has been reported from Bhiwandi area of Thane where fire broke out in a thread godown, last night. As soon as information about the fire was received, fire tenders reached the spot and the fire was brought under control. No casualty has been reported.

More details are awaited.