Mumbai Chief Fire Officer, P S Rahangdale informed that the fire incident in Mumbai's Borivali took place early in the around 3:15 am. He also said that they might douse the fire in another one or two hour. "It's a basement and upper ground plus 2 floor building, there is fire inside, firemen are working here from around 3:15 in the morning, are fire robots are also on work, we may able to douse the fire in another one or two hour," said Rahangdale to ANI. The cause of a fire that engulfed the building is still not known. Massive fire broke out at a shopping complex in Mumbai's Borivali West on July 11. 14 fire tenders rushed to the site to douse the flames. No injuries have been reported so far.
Massive fire broke out at a shopping complex in Mumbai's Borivali West on July 11. 14 fire tenders rushed to the site to douse the flames. No injuries have been reported so far. Further details awaited.
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