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Fire in Mumbai’s Air India building; no casualty

A fire broke out early on Tuesday morning on the 22nd floor of the Air India building on Madam Cama road, Nariman Point, South Mumbai. No casualty was reported.

mumbai Updated: Dec 21, 2016 11:11 IST
Fire fighters inspect the charred remains on the 22nd floor of the Air India building, Nariman Point, in South Mumbai on Tuesday.
Fire fighters inspect the charred remains on the 22nd floor of the Air India building, Nariman Point, in South Mumbai on Tuesday.(HT )

A fire broke out early on Tuesday morning on the 22nd floor of the Air India building on Madam Cama road, Nariman Point, South Mumbai. No casualty was reported

Fire brigade officials said they received a call at 6.40 am and sent eight fire engines and seven tankers to the spot.

The fire was extinguished at 10.40am, officials said.

“The exact reason which led to the fire is still unclear,” an official said.

The Air India building is a 23-storey commercial tower.

“Within minutes, the fire was brought under control... There were no casualties or injuries during the incident,” read a statement by Air India, which is assessing the damages.