In a harrowing incident, a fire broke out on the ground floor of a Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) building situated across from Kohinoor Hospital in Kurla, Mumbai. The blaze resulted in a dramatic rescue operation, with 60 individuals saved from the perilous situation. Subsequently, 39 individuals were hospitalized due to suffocation caused by the thick smoke that engulfed the building.
The Start of the Inferno
The fire originated on the ground floor of an SRA building, triggering a series of events that put the lives of its residents at grave risk.
Efforts to combat the blaze and rescue those trapped inside were launched promptly, showcasing the rapid response of the emergency services.
Panic Amidst the Smoke
As the flames intensified, thick smoke rapidly spread throughout the building, leading to a state of panic among its residents.
Hospitalizations Due to Suffocation
A total of 39 individuals had to be hospitalized due to the suffocating smoke, underscoring the severity of the situation.
Authorities are currently conducting an investigation into the cause of the fire and assessing the extent of the damage to the SRA building.
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