Bhandup Hospital Fire: A fire broke out in a mall in Mumbai on Thursday night. Ten people have lost their lives in the fire. Meanwhile, on Friday afternoon, the state CM Uddhav Thackeray visited the spot and assured him to take action against the culprits.
Bhandup Hospital Fire
This building is burning in a blaze in Mumbai. This mall in the Bhandup area is named Dream Mall. Where the fire broke out around 12:30 pm last night. According to the information, there was a fire on the first floor of Dream Mall, which has gradually engulfed the entire mall.
These flames reached the COVID Center near the mall; 76 corona infected patients were at the Sunrise Covid Center. Many people have died in this fire, and some people are seriously injured. The Fire Brigade team has so far rescued several Corona patients.
Two casualties have been reported in fire incident. Rescue operation for 76 patients admitted to COVID care hospital is underway. Level-3 or level-4 fire broke out on first floor of a mall at 12.30 AM. Around 23 fire tenders present at the spot: DCP Prashant Kadam #Mumbai pic.twitter.com/lVJ4zMRvX9
— ANI (@ANI) March 25, 2021
BMC gave the order for investigation
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), in its statement, has not accepted the hospital’s claims and ordered an inquiry into the incident, which has claimed the lives of 10 people so far. Sixty-eight patients have been relocated to another location.
In a statement, “Sunrise Hospital said,” there was a fire on the first floor of Dreams Mall, Bhandup, and smoke reached the Sunrise Hospital located on the top floor. All the fire extinguishers were burnt, and so all the patients were evacuated safely. There were no casualties due to the fire. We are grateful to the Mumbai Fire Brigade and the Mumbai Police for helping save lives. “