Lokmanya Tilak Express (LTT EXpress), which derailed several coaches of the train. Helpline number release
The Mumbai-Bhubaneswar Lokmanya Tilak Express reports about 400 passengers traveling.
Lokmanya Tilak Express Accident, Railway has given high level inquiry instructions to find out the cause of Lokmanya Tilak Express accident in Odisha.
A freight train hit the Lokmanya Tilak Express (LTT EXpress) at Cuttack Nirgundi in Odisha on Thursday morning at seven in the morning, which derailed several coaches of the train. The cause of the incident is said to be dense fog.
In this accident, 40 passengers have been reported injured, out of which the condition of five passengers is said to be critical. Rail movement has been affected for some time due to derailment of 8 coaches, due to which some trains have been diverted.
Chief Public Relations Officer of East Coast Railway JP Mishra has informed the media that instructions have been given for a high-level investigation into the accident.
Train accident due to human error the speed of the vehicle was high
The accident is due to a thick fog or due to human error, the speed of the vehicle was high or the signal disturbances will become clear after investigation.
Lokmanya Tilak Express Accident Railway has given high level inquiry instructions to find out the cause of Lokmanya Tilak Express accident in Odisha.
Arrangements will be made by the Railways to take all the passengers to their destination. Two buses have been arranged to send passengers from the train to Cuttack and Bhubaneswar.
Special committee has been formed to investigate the incident
A special committee has been formed to investigate the incident. Chief Public Relations Officer JP Mishra has also praised the service spirit of the local people in relief and rescue work after the accident.
The injured are being treated at the Sri Ramachandra Bhanj Medical Hospital in Cuttack. For the convenience of passengers, the railway has issued helpline numbers.
Central Railway Chief Public Relations Officer Shivaji Sutar said, “Since the train started from Mumbai, we set up an additional helpline so that relatives of passengers traveling by train could get updates.”
At the same time, SCB Medical will bear the expenses of treating all the injured passengers admitted to the SCB. This information has been given by Dr. Bhuvanananda Maharana, SCB Emergency Officer. He has said that special teams have been formed to treat the injured passengers.
These helpline services are available at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT), Dadar and LTT in Mumbai and neighboring Thane and Kalyan stations.
Important Helpline Numbers for Lokmanya Tilak Express Train accident
helpline number is CSMT- 55993 (railway number) And 022-22624040, Dadar- 57390and 022-24114836, LTT- 62606 And 022-25280005, Thane- 61290 and 022-25334840, and Kalyan- 63360 and 0251-2311499.
Dadar- 57390 and 022-24114836, LTT- 62606 and 022-25280005, Thane- 61290 and 022-25334840, and Kalyan- 63360 and 0251-2311499.
Relief and rescue operations started
Relief and rescue operations started after some passengers tweeted about the train’s accident. According to the bulletin issued by the railway, the accident was caused by dense fog.
Where is going in the briefing issued by East Coast Railway that this train collided with the guard compartment of a freight train due to dense fog.
As soon as the information of this accident was received, the relief and rescue team of the railway reached the spot and the injured were admitted to local hospitals.
Eight coaches of the railway have derailed due to the accident. Due to this, the movement of trains on this route has been affected and the route of many trains has been changed.
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Lokmanya Tilak Express reports about 400 passengers traveling
The Mumbai-Bhubaneswar Lokmanya Tilak Express reports about 400 passengers traveling. Chief Public Relations Officer of East Coast Railway, Jyoti Prakash Mishra has given information about arranging a bus to send these passengers out of the train to Cuttack Bhubaneswar.
Changed routes of these trains due to accident
After the train accident, the traffic on the said route came to a standstill due to which the route of many trains has been changed. According to an information-
12880 Bhubaneswar-LTT Express was displeased, 58132 Puri-Rourkela Passenger train was angry, 18426 Durg Puri Express was offended, 12831 Dhanbad-Bhubaneswar Rajarani-Express was displeased, 68413 Talcher Puri MEMU train was displeased. Is being run from.
Helpline number released
Railway helpline number has been issued for the convenience of passengers and to provide information to their families.
The main office can be contacted at 18003457401/402 Bhubaneswar Station-0674-1072, Puri Station at -06752-1072.
The Chief Public Relations Officer of the East Coast Railway said that the collision was caused by fog, although the train coaches were of excellent quality,
So there was not much damage in the accident. The train was going from Mumbai to Bhubaneswar in Odisha. The injured have been admitted to the hospital for treatment.
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Posted by: Manoj Kumar