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A fire broke out at One Avighna Park, a residential building, in Mumbai's Lower Parel area on 15 December. The fire broke out in a flat on the 14th floor of the multi-storey building

As per news agency ANI, as many as 4 fire engines had rushed to the spot. The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained, it said.

Officials told PTI that "so far, there was no report of anybody getting injured in the incident."

This is not the first time such incident has occurred in this residential complex. Earlier in October 2021, a major fire had occurred inside a flat on the 19th floor of the same residential complex, in which a 30-year-old security guard had died while saving others.

Fire incidents were recently reported on 12 December, when  a fire broke out in the storeroom of Kherwadi police station in Mumbai's Bandra area in which one policeman was injured while trying to extinguish the fire. He later succumbed to his injuries.

Prior to that on 2 December, a fire broke out in a godown in Mumbai's Sewri area in which eight people were injured. 

(More details awaited)

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