Fire erupts at four warehouses in Mumbai’s Mankhurd

Mumbai: The number of fires in Mumbai’s Mankhurd area is on the rise. A new occurrence of fire was recorded on June 9, Thursday.

According to the Mumbai Fire Department, three fire engines and two water tankers rushed to the scene after a fire erupted at four scrap warehouses in Mumbai’s Mankhurd neighbourhood.

The people of the area immediately informed the officials about the incident.

The fire was brought under control by the firefighters, as per the reports. The people of the Mankhurd area made severe allegations.

They claimed that the fire was consciously set. According to them, highly combustible materials are traded from the warehouses.

In the year 2021, a similar incident occurred at Mankhurd. Three big water tankers and four fire engines were deployed to the scene.

As per the reports, no one was injured in the incident. Every year, about two-three fire incidents take place.

People of the Mankhurd area said that the fire was the outcome of the selfishness of the stakeholders and the owners.

However, no casualties have been reported as a result of the fire. The cause of the fire is still unknown.

DCP Krishna Kant tweeted that the team will investigate and soon find out the cause, but for now the situation is under control.

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