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2 women rescued from Mumbai blaze

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Mumbai, Two women trapped in a fire which broke out in a Mumbai building were safely rescued, fire brigade officials said here on Tuesday.

The incident occurred around 4.30 a.m. on the 6th floor of the 10-storied Atlas Building at Napean Sea Road in south Mumbai.

The frie brigade team rushed to the spot. The blaze was restricted to two bedrooms which were damaged. The two who were trapped on upper floors were rescued without injuries.

The fire was brought under control by noon and cooling operations were underway.

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