Mumbai Building Collapse: 3 dead, BMC gave notice to demolish the dilapidated building

Pankaj Prasad
4 storey building collapsed in Kurla
4 storey building collapsed in Kurla

Suddenly many people were buried in the collapsed building.

A major accident has happened in Mumbai. A four-storey building in Kurla (Building Collapse in Mumbai) suddenly collapsed. Many people have been buried under the debris in this accident. At the same time, relief and rescue work has been started by the fire brigade, police and National Disaster Management Force (NDRF) as soon as the incident was reported. According to the information received so far, 12 people have been rescued in the debris. Let us tell you that the D wing of Naik Municipal Society was stable, the condition of this building had become dilapidated.

3 killed 8 people were rescued: After the accident, massive relief and rescue work has been started. Fire brigade, police as well as NDRF team are engaged in the rescue operation. At the same time, 3 people have died in the accident while 8 people have been rescued. The BMC has said that the condition of those rescued from the debris is stable.

20 to 25 people are likely to be buried: With the joint effort of the police, fire brigade and NDRF, 12 people have been rescued from the people buried under the debris. His condition is stable now. According to BSC, 20 to 25 people were buried under the debris. That is, even after 12 people have been rescued, at least 12 to 15 people are still buried under the debris.

Late night accident: Mumbai Fire Brigade's Chief Fire Officer Sanjay Manjrekar said that the building collapsed at around 12 o'clock on Monday night. After getting the information, the team reached the spot and started relief work. Sanjay Manjrekar told that so far we have taken out 12 persons. 5 more people are seen trapped inside. Their rescue operation is on.

Notice was received for demolishing the building: The 4-storey building located in the D wing of Naik Municipal Society collapsed last night. 12 people have been rescued from the accident. Whereas, one person has lost his life by being buried under the debris. At the same time, some people are still trapped. BMC Additional Commissioner Ashwini Bhide said that since 2013, several notices were served to the building. First notice was given for repair and then for demolition of the building.