Four fire engines and police teams reached the spot
A fire that broke out at a showroom next to five-star Trident Hotel at Nariman Point in Mumbai was doused around 1:30 am. The reports suggested nobody is trapped in the blaze, which has been declared Level 2. Four fire engines and police teams rushed to the hotel to bring the situation under control. The fire reportedly started a shopping area next to the hotel and reached two showrooms.
The fire has now been brought under control.
Here are the updates of the fire in the showroom next to Trident Hotel:
The incident comes two days after a fire at a hospital in Mumbai led to the death of nine people, including a six-month-old child. Around 170 people were injured in the blaze that broke out at government-run Employee State Insurance (ESIC) hospital at the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) premises in Mumbai's Andheri East.
The fire broke out at a high end fashion store next to the hotel.
It is not known yet how the fire started.
Water tankers are also at the spot.
Here are a few more visuals from the fire at Nariman Point:
The fire broke out at an adjacent shopping area of the Trident hotel.
The level 2 fire broke out at around 11pm in the night and the call was made at 11.15 pm.
Here are some visuals from the fire at the five star hotel:
The disaster management authority says the fire seems to be in control now.
No one is trapped in the fire and there have been no reports of any evacuation from the hotel.
No casualties have been reported as of yet and the firefighters have been trying to douse the fire from 40 minutes.
There are ambulances as well as 4 fire engines at the spot who are trying to douse the fire.