Express Train Derails in Madhya Pradesh: No Casualties Reported.

Express Train Derails in Madhya Pradesh: No Casualties Reported.
Express Train Derails in Madhya Pradesh: No Casualties Reported.
Express Train Derails in Madhya Pradesh: No Casualties Reported.
Express Train Derails in Madhya Pradesh: No Casualties Reported.

Express Train Derails in Madhya Pradesh: No Casualties Reported.

Express Train Derails in Madhya Pradesh: No Casualties Reported.

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Bhopal: A significant incident transpired on Saturday morning when an express train, en route from Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station in Delhi to Miraj Junction in Maharashtra, experienced a derailment. The mishap unfolded between the Ratlam-Dahod rail section in Madhya Pradesh. Fortunately, there were no casualties reported in the aftermath of the derailment, reassuring travelers and authorities alike.

Train Number 12494 – Darshan Express

The ill-fated train, identified as train number 12494, was the Darshan Express, which typically plies the route between Hazrat Nizamuddin and Miraj Junction. According to Khemraj Meena, the Public Relations Officer of the Western Railway’s Ratlam division, both the engine and power coach of the Darshan Express derailed, leading to a halt in its journey. Fortunately, due to swift response measures, no injuries were reported among passengers or crew members.

Swift Response and Ongoing Restoration Efforts

The authorities acted promptly in response to the derailment. Medical teams and accident relief trains from the Ratlam division promptly arrived at the scene to assess the situation and provide any necessary assistance. They have been working tirelessly to ensure the safety of passengers and to restore normalcy to the affected rail route. Passengers’ safety remains a top priority as authorities strive to bring the situation under control.

Amargarh Railway Station – The Epicenter

The derailment incident occurred near Amargarh railway station, situated in Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh. This location is approximately 320 kilometers away from Bhopal, the capital city of Madhya Pradesh. The proximity of the incident to a railway station likely facilitated the rapid response of rescue and relief teams, contributing to the fortunate outcome of no casualties.

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