Mumbai: Massive fire at Byculla building, 135 residents rescued

The fire brigade officials safely rescued at least 135 people from different floors after fire broke out on third floor of Mahada Colony building in Byculla in Maharashtra’s Mumbai.

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On Thursday morning, a massive fire broke out on the third of the 24-storey Mahada Colony building in Mumbai’s Byculla area.

Massive fire at building in Mumbai’s Byculla area

According to the Mumbai Fire Brigade officials, no casualties or injuries were reported in this fire incident.

Upon receiving the information, five fire tenders immediately rushed to the incident spot and controlled the blaze.

135 residents rescued safely

The fire brigade officials safely rescued at least 135 people from different floors.

The fire was confined to the electric metre cabin, electric wiring, electric cable, electric installation, scrap material in the electric duct, garbage and refuse material in the garbage duct, etc. from the 1st to 24th floors of Stilt plus the upper 24th floor of the residential building, the officials added.

Further details are still awaited.