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Mumbai: 8 people were rescued after the Kurla building collapse

According to NDRF, one person was killed in the incident of a building falling in Mumbai’s Kurla. This was confirmed by them on Tuesday.
After a four-storey Mumbai Kurla building collapsed on Monday night, eight people have been saved. It took place in Naik Nagar.
The spot is being rescued by a police team and a fire brigade.
According to BMC officials, eight people were rescued by the debris. They are now in stable condition.

On Monday, the fire brigade was called at 11.52 PM.
“One more rescuer alive. Rescue operation underway. There is no confirmation of how many people remain trapped,” Ashish Kumar, Dy Commandant National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), says.
However, it is still possible for 20-25 people to be trapped beneath the debris.
Rajawahi hospital stated that they have received eight patients (all of them male). One of the patients is currently admitted, while seven others are receiving treatment at OPD. Their condition is stable.
Officials claim that 12 fire engines, 2 rescue vans and 6 ambulances were used to assess the situation. Besides that, five JCBs have 28 labours.
Maharashtra Minister Aaditya Thackeray, Monday night’s visit to Mumbai’s Kurla, where a four-storey collapsed building, said that such property should go on the notice Brihanmumbai Metropolitan Corporation (BMC).
“Whenever BMC issues notices, (buildings) should be vacated themselves…otherwise, such incidents happen, which is unfortunate…It’s now important to take action on this,” Thackeray told ANI.
He added that “Around five to 7 people were saved.” Although notices were issued to all 4 buildings, people continue to live in them. We want to save everyone. Tomorrow morning, we’ll investigate evacuation and demolition of these buildings to ensure that people nearby aren’t disturbed.
“A 4-storey building in Naik Nagar collapses.” Pravina Morajkar, Corporator, told media personnel that a fire brigade team and police were on the scene as the rescue operation continued.


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