Mumbai Fire: Big news is coming out from Goregaon, Maharashtra. It is being told that a massive fire broke out in Level 2 of G+5 building at around 3 am on Friday morning. In which people did not even get time to recover and save themselves. As a result, 7 people died in this tragic accident. The injured are being treated in the hospital. If reports are to be believed, 51 people have been injured (burned) in this accident. The condition of 5 of them remains critical. In such a situation, Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has expressed deep concern over the matter and has immediately sent several teams for relief and rescue operations. Officials are reaching the spot and saving people.
Major accident in Goregaon, Maharashtra
Today at around 3 am, a massive fire broke out in a multi-storey building in Goregaon, Maharashtra. During this time people were sleeping in their homes. But the fire was so severe that there was an outcry in the G+5 Society. 7 people lost their lives in the accident. 51 people got badly burnt due to the fire. At present the injured are being treated at HBT and Cooper Hospital. It is being told that the condition of 5 of them is critical. Apart from this, there is news that 4 cars and more than 30 bikes caught fire in the accident.
Fire personnel took charge
If reports are to be believed, the scene of the fire was horrifying. Fire brigade personnel are engaged to save people. The news is that till now more than 39 people have been saved. Teams are entering the building from different angles for rescue. In such a situation, as soon as information about this matter was received, Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis has given directions to all the officials of the concerned area and BMC for all possible help for relief and rescue.
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