Fire broke out in the four coaches of Patna-Mokama passenger express in the early hours on Wednesday.
Fire broke out in the four coaches of Patna-Mokama passenger express in the early hours on Wednesday. Flames have been dosed. No report of any casualty or injuries so far.
Earlier on Monday, eight bogies of a goods train derailed near Alapur leading to disruption of train movement on Lucknow-Gonda rail route. No one was reported to be injured. The incident occurred during the morning. The incident may have occurred due to some minor cracks on the rail tracks because of severe cold PTI said.
Last month, six coaches of Manduadih Express train derailed at the New Delhi Railway station. There were no casualties or injuries in the incident. The incident happened when the train was about to depart from the the station. The train was later rescheduled 01:00 am.
As per reports, , after the incident, the last six bogies were removed and replaced with fresh bogies. The Additional Divisional Railway Manager (ADRM) had reached in order to take the take stock of the situation. Arrangements were also made to evacuate the passengers.”
”The reason for the derailment is not known as yet. It will be ascertained after inquiry. As of now all the passengers who were in the derailed bogies are being shifted,” Naveen Parsuram, ADRM was quoted as saying.
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