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Feb 06, 2020

13 rescued after fire breaks out at high rise residential building in Mumbai

At least 13 persons were rescued after a fire broke out on the fifth floor of a high rise residential building in the posh Malabar Hill area in Mumbai yesterday evening. A fireman had to be admitted to hospital after suffering suffocation.
The blaze was brought under control late last night.

Officials said the fire erupted on the fifth floor of Palma Building located near the famous Hanging Gardens around 7 pm. It was a ground plus ten floor residential building.

According to the Brihanmumbai disaster management control room, eight fire engines were rushed to the spot and 13 persons were rescued from the building with great efforts.

Rahul Kavate, a fireman, suffered suffocation due to smoke and was admitted to Nair hospital.The cause of the fire was not yet known. 

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