Mumbai: Man dies in Andheri fire; blaze doused after two hours, investigation on
The godown, located on the sprawling premises of Mittal Industrial Estate on Andheri-Kurla Road in Mumbai, caught fire around 1.15 am
Mumbai: A 30-year-old man was killed in a fire at a godown in suburban Andheri early on Thursday, a fire brigade official said.
The godown, located on the sprawling premises of Mittal Industrial Estate on Andheri-Kurla Road, caught fire around 1.15 am, the official said.
Four fire engines and water tankers were pressed into service. The fire was doused after two hours and fire brigade personnel recovered the body of a man, the official said.
"The victim, later identified as Pradeep Vishwakarma, was sleeping inside the godown when it caught fire," he added.
An investigation is on to know what started the fire, the official said.
The fire broke out at the MTNL exchange building at SV Road in Mumbai's Bandra in the afternoon, fire brigade sources said.
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The incident took place in a godown at Khadi No 3 near Sarvodaya Hotel in Sakinaka area and was reported to the Mumbai Fire Brigade at around 8.45 am