Maharashtra Fire: No casualties or injuries have been reported so far.
A major fire today broke out at a manufacturing factory in the Sanaswadi area of the Pune district. Six fire tenders have been rushed to the spot.
No casualties or injuries have been reported so far. While the fire fighting operations are underway, the cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained.
Maharashtra: Fire breaks out at a manufacturing factory in Sanaswadi area of Pune district. Six fire tenders rushed to the spot. No casualties or injuries reported so far. Fire fighting operations underway. The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained. More details awaited. pic.twitter.com/wB1McBG5tU
— ANI (@ANI) February 20, 2021
More details are awaited.
Earlier yesterday, a godown of a prominent snacks manufacturer in Thane city of Maharashtra was completely gutted to fire along with 12 cargo vehicles. Fortunately, there was no report of any casualty.
On 5th February, a massive fire broke out at a scrapyard in Mumbai’s Mankhurd area. A fire station officer was also injured in the incident. The BMC had to put thirteen fire engines, three fire tenders, 11 jumbo water tankers, and two ambulances in firefighting operation that continued for around 24 hours.
Around a month ago, a major fire had broken out in Serum Institute of India’s campus in Pune killing five people. 15 water tankers were pressed into action to douse the fire.