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A massive fire broke out in Mumbai's Jogeshwari-Oshiwara area in a furniture godown on Monday morning. No injuries or casualties have been reported so far. The cause is yet to be ascertained.
The blaze erupted after 11 am in the Ghas Compound located on the Relief road in Jogeshwari, fire brigade officials said, adding it was classified as a level three fire (major emergency call). It has now spread to over 150 wooden furniture shops. Traffic in the area is diverted.
Plumes of smoke were seen emerging from the scene as fire tenders arrived at the spot to douse the blaze. At least 12 fire engines, six jumbo tankers, ambulances and senior fire brigade officials rushed to the spot.