Narrow roads, car parking, fire victims increased

Narrow roads, car parking, fire victims increased

Fireworks have begun in Mumbai for the past few days. The fire brigade in Andheri’s Kamgar Hospital and the fire that took place in Chembur’s building last night killed more than 25 people. But the main reason for the rising fire in the fire is that there are narrow roads and cars parked in the streets.

Fireworks have begun in Mumbai for the past few days. The fire brigade in Andheri’s Kamgar Hospital and the fire that took place in Chembur’s building last night killed more than 25 people. But the main reason for the rising fire in the fire is that there are narrow roads and cars parked in the streets. Chembur fire has killed 5 people. The deceased has 4 women and one man.

A fire broke out in a 15-story building in Tilaknagar in Chembur yesterday. The fire brigade also went to the spot after getting information. But due to narrow roads, the fire brigade did not go further. Cars were parked on both sides of the road. The locals called the car owners and removed all cars and then the fire brigade reached the spot. As long as it was too late, “said Ashok Satdekar, former president of the local Ganeshotsav Board.

In the Sargam Society, there were two floors of earlier buildings and 36 families lived in it. But in 2014-15, they redeveloped and three 15-story buildings were constructed there. There are 150 flats in these buildings. The former family of this garage family lives in A-Wing. But the B & C Wing lives in a family bought new flats. In less space, more and more families came to live and the number of trains also increased greatly. Since there is no parking space for vehicles, all the trains are parked along the narrow road, said Satdekar. The fire brigade has already set up these problems.

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