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    Mumbai: Fire breaks out at Kamathipura area in Nagpada, eight injured

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    A level-3 fire broke out in a building at Kamathipura area in Nagpada on Monday morning. The fire broke out in a residential-cum-commercial building

    According to reports, four fire engines, three jumbo tankers and an ambulance have been rushed to the spot. The incident was reported at 9:16 am in the morning. Five people were injured in the incident and were rushed to Nair hospital.

    The injured have been identified as Adil Qureshi (20), Nisha Devi (32), Chandadevi (60), Aniya (2) are stable. A 70-year-old man Mohan Ram was admitted to the hospital in critical condition.

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