Hospital fire in India kills at least six and injures 129 after 10 engines are needed to bring blaze under control

At least six people died and 129 others were injured in a fire that broke out on Monday in a hospital in Mumbai, India’s financial and entertainment capital, police said.
The fire in the five-floor government-run ESIC Kamgar Hospital in the suburban Andheri area was believed to have been caused by an electrical short circuit, said police officer A.P. Lokhand. It took 10 engines to bring the fire under control, while 15 ambulances rushed the injured to other hospitals, Lokhand said.