Smoke emits from a stationary metro train at Patel Nagar metro station

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Updated: December 08, 2016 6:11 PM

A stationary Delhi metro train started emitting heavy smoke from its upper chambers today. The incident took place at the Patel Chowk metro station where the metro was standing stationary.

Delhi Metro, Patel Nagar Metro Station, Fire in Delhi Metro, Metro Accident, Smoke in Metro, Delhi Metro RailA stationary Delhi metro train started emitting heavy smoke from its upper chambers today. The incident took place at the Patel Chowk metro station where the metro was standing stationary. (Source: ANI)

A Delhi metro train started emitting heavy smoke from its upper chambers today. The incident took place at the Patel Nagar metro station where the train was standing stationary on Line-3/4 (Dwarka Sector-21 to Nodia City Centre/Vaishali).

The reason of the mishap is yet to be figured out. The smoke was reported in the last coach of train (six coach) by passengers at Patel Nagar station. As a precaution, the coach was evacuated and all passengers were deboarded at Rajendra Place Metro station. The train was thereafter withdrawn from the service and sent for investigation.

More details awaited…

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