Fire breaks out at Session Court, no reports of injuries

Aaron Brown
January 9, 2018

At least one person has been confirmed dead in Saturday night's fire at Cinevista studio in Mumbai's eastern suburb of Kanjurmarg, reports said.

A fire broke out on the third floor of the Sessions court near the Mumbai University campus at Fort this morning.

As per initial information provided by the fire officials, the fire was confined to the ground-plus-one Cine Vista studio and to its electric wiring, studio instrument etc. No casualties have been reported so far.

Once the fire was brought under control, the cooling and cleaning operations were undertaken.

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The fire department received the call at 8:07 pm. "We are trying our best to contain the flames", a fire official said.

Sources are saying that Sony Tv's upcoming show which is featuring Jennifer Winget currently-running show which is featuring Zayed Khan, Nikita Dutta, Vatsal Seth was being shot when the fire broke out. Eight fire engines and six water tankers were rushed to the spot. On December 28, fire engulfed the top floor of the Kamala Mills Compound and claimed the lives of 14 people including 11 women and left several others injured. There were about 150 people trapped inside who were successfully rescued.

Similarly, 12 people were killed on December 18 after a fire broke out at a snack shop in Mumbai's Saki Naka area.

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