On Monday morning, a level 2 fire broke out near Mustafa Bazaar in Byculla, Mumbai. Eight fire engines have arrived at the scene, according to the Mumbai Fire Department, and attempts are being made to suppress the fire. The source of the fire is yet unknown, however, there have been no reported injuries. The Mumbai fire engine was lined up with the water truck in the shot of the fire site, which showed strong smoke coming from the structure. Firefighters enter and exit the structure to put out the flames and maintain control. The fire is believed to have started early Monday morning. More information is awaited.
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