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.
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 The train was thereafter withdrawn from the service and sent for investigation.
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More details awaited…