Madhya Pradesh: Three Killed After Two Cargo Train Collide In Singrauli

Accidents & Disasters

Two cargo trains collied in Singrauli in Madhya Pradesh on Sunday morning. NTPC officials and the police rushed to the spot to help the injured.

Written By Devarshi mankad | Mumbai | Updated On:

Several railway staff are feared trapped after two cargo trains collided in Singrauli in Madhya Pradesh on Sunday morning. Both the trains were reportedly carrying coal. Three people have lost their lives in the incident. The police, a team of NTPC and health service officials have reached the spot and rescue operation is underway

"Three people including loco pilot and Assistant loco pilot have died in the crash. An investigation is underway," said SHO Arun Pandey, refusing to divulge any other details.

Speaking to media, Rajesh Kumar, CPRO of Indian Railways said, "It is not an accident in the Indian Railway system. The accident took place in the Merry Go Round (MGR) system completely owned and operated by NTPC, Rihand. As per the request of NTPC, Indian Railways is providing all support."

(More details awaited)

 

 

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