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Fire hits Mumbai's Harbour Line service
Vijay Singh in Mumbai | March 05, 2004 12:08 IST
Last Updated: March 05, 2004 13:17 IST
All trains on Mumbai's Harbour Line had to be temporarily stopped on Friday due to a blaze in one of the slums adjacent to the tracks near the Dockyard Road station.
Fire brigade sources told rediff.com that efforts were on to put out the blaze. They said four fire engines, two water tanks and one ambulance were at the spot.
A Central Railway public relations officer, Y K Singh, said the trains were restarted at around 1315 IST.
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