A fire broke out early morning around 6:15 am on the 22nd floor of the Air India building at Nariman Point on 20 December in Mumbai. According to reports, four fire tenders reached the spot, while the rescue process is still in progess.
The cause of the fire is not yet known and no known casualties have been reported so far since there were very few people inside the building.
Mumbai: Fire breaks out in the Air India building, Nariman Point. 4 fire tenders at the spot.— ANI (@ANI_news) December 20, 2016
Air India building at Nariman point is a commercial building that served as corporate headquarters for the Indian National Airlines.
Accoring to media, people who were at the Nariman Point for their morning walk had noticed the fire and called the Mumbai fire department.Also, almost an year ago in January 2016, a similar incident had taken place when a minor fire broke out in the control panel department at the ground floor of the Air India building at Nariman Point.