Odisha: Goods train moves ahead leaving 5 wagons behind

BALASORE: Exactly a week after 22 coaches of an categorical educate rolled on for about 13 km without an engine in Titlagarh in Odisha, a identical incident on Saturday night time within the state's Balasore district belied the railways' claim of higher preparedness.
A items educate stored going for two kilometres despite five wagons getting detached from it between Bahanaga and Panapana stations round 6.30 pm on Saturday. The South Eastern Railway zone has ordered a probe.

Railway assets stated the 60-wagon, limestone-laden educate was once transferring in opposition to Tata from Dhamra port station in Bhadrak district when the coaches were given detached. The educate lined the 2 kilometres without either the motive force or the guard noticing the separation. The disconnected wagons themselves persevered to move forward for about part a kilometre. The educate was once travelling at a speed of round 50 kmph.


After noticing the issue, the motive force stopped the educate at Khantapada station. A separate railway engine from Bahanaga station was once despatched to carry again the five detached wagons to Khantapada.


Debendra Kumar Mahakud, the station manager of Khantapada, stated the incident took place because of a wreck in coupling of the educate. "We have asked the carriage and wagon department of South Eastern Railway to initiate a probe," stated Behera.


A senior railway officer stated this incident was once technically other from the one in Titlagarh.


Odisha: Goods train moves ahead leaving 5 wagons behind Odisha: Goods train moves ahead leaving 5 wagons behind Reviewed by kailash soni on April 17, 2018 Rating: 5
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