Fire at Mumbai Central's City Center mall soaked after 56 hrs
The fire had broken out at a shop on the second floor of the City Center Mall at 8.53 pm on Thursday, as level 1, or a little blast
The fire at the City Center Mall in Mumbai Central in south Mumbai was doused at 5.08 am on Sunday, following 56 hours the blast had begun, as indicated by Mumbai Fire Brigade (MFB) specialists. "There are numerous ignitable things in shops at the shopping center, for example, cell phone batteries, chargers and wires. Cooling activities are on. Yet, the fire was extinguished at 5:08 am," a MFB official said.
The fire had broken out at a shop on the second floor of the City Center Mall at 8.53 pm on Thursday, as level 1, or a little blast. The fire spread to different floors and the MFB announced it a unit call, or level 5 burst, at 2.42 am on Friday.
The three-story shopping center houses around 400 shops on each floor. Prior on Friday, five fire fighters, including a delegate fire official of MFB, were admitted to a medical clinic because of suffocation.