New Delhi | Jagran News Desk:  A massive fire broke out at the Mumbai's iconic Crawford Market on Thursday. The fire is reportedly confined to four shops in the market. According to media reports, the fire started at 6:15 pm and 6 fire tenders have been rushed to spot. 

The Mumbai fire department said that they received a call at 6:15 pm and the fire fighters reached the spot after three minutes of receiving the call. Two fire jets have been in use to douse the level 2 fire in the market, it added.  No injury has been reported so far.

"It is a level two fire and around eight fire engines have been rushed to the spot," a BMC official said.

Personnel of the BMC ward office, police and ambulances have also reached the site. "Firefighting is on and nobody was reported injured in the blaze," the fire brigade official said. The cause of the fire is being ascertained, he said.

more details are awaited. 

Posted By: Talib Khan