A major fire broke out in Mumbai early on Tuesday. According to the details, the blaze was reported from a godown in Sakinaka area of the city. There were no reports of any casualties, officials said. The fire broke out in the godown, where gunny bags
were kept, around 8.45 am and later spread to some hutments in a neighbouring slum area of the eastern suburb, they said.
The fire brigade tagged it as a 'level-2' (major) blaze.
Nine fire engines, six jetties and two water tankers along with an ambulance were rushed to the spot, a fire brigade official said.
"There was no report of any injury to anyone," a civic official said, adding that the blaze was confined to a few hutments and firefighting was underway.
The exact cause of the fire was yet not known, he said.