Mumbai: Fire breaks out at quarantine centre for Covid 19 patients
Team Udayavani, Apr 21, 2020, 8:03 PM IST
Mumbai: A fire broke out at a hotel in Mumbai’s Nagpada area which is being used as a coronavirus quarantine centre on Tuesday evening, but there were no reports of anybody getting injured, an official said.
The blaze started in the four-storey Hotel Ripon Palace on Bellasis Road around 6.20 pm, said a Fire Brigade official.
Most of the quarantined patients were rescued from the smoke-filled building while search was on for others, he said.
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