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Mumbai Fire Brigade Chief Sunil Nesarikar injured in Kalbadevi fire, dies

Nesrikar who had suffered over 50 per cent burns in a fire at Kalbadevi in Mumbai on May 9, is the third casualty for the Mumbai Fire Brigade.

Shawan Sen | News18

Updated:May 25, 2015, 1:11 AM IST
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Mumbai Fire Brigade Chief Sunil Nesarikar injured in Kalbadevi fire, dies
Nesrikar who had suffered over 50 per cent burns in a fire at Kalbadevi in Mumbai on May 9, is the third casualty for the Mumbai Fire Brigade.

Mumbai: Mumbai fire brigade chief officer Sunil Nesarikar has succumbed to his burn injuries in the Kalbadevi inferno at the National Burns Centre in Airoli, Navi Mumbai on Sunday.

Nesrikar who had suffered over 50 per cent burns in a fire at Kalbadevi in Mumbai on May 9, is the third casualty for the Mumbai Fire Brigade.

Deputy fire officer SG Amin, who was also injured in the fire, recently died. He too had been admitted to the National Burns Centre.

In total, three brigade officers lost their lives in the blaze at Kalbadevi.

A fire had erupted at a four storey building in Mumbai's Kalbadevi area on May 9. A portion of the under-repair building had collapsed as the fire spread across all its four floors and gutted wooden beams and columns.

The building, 'Gokul Nivas', is situated in the densely populated Kalba Devi area and houses some residential apartments on the fourth floor and cloth godowns and shops on the floors below.

A couple of residents too were injured. All of them were admitted to nearby Masina Hospital.

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