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Fire engulfs scrap godown in Mumbai, 4 fire tenders present

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Fire engulfs scrap godown in Mumbai, 4 fire tenders present

Fire engulfs scrap godown in Mumbai, 4 fire tenders present

A level-3 fire broke out at a scrap godown in Mumbai's Mandala area on June 23.

The incident happened on Mankhurd-Ghatkopar Link Road.

Four fire tenders present at the spot and fire-fighting operation is underway.

More details are awaited.

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