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Death Toll Of Uttar Pradesh India Train Crash @119..150 Injured As Train Derails In Pukhrayan

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Death Toll Of Uttar Pradesh India Train Crash @119..150 Injured As Train Derails In Pukhrayan

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November 20, 2016 – Death Toll Of Uttar Pradesh India Train Crash At 119….150 Injured As Train Derails In Pukhrayan Today

The Death toll in Indian train crash has been put at 119 with more than 150 injured when the county’s express train derailed in northern state of Uttar Pradesh on Sunday, says Police.
The death toll was initially put at 60 with more than 80 injured.

Police said the toll set to rise amid a scramble to locate survivors as people were still missing, while authorities tried to determine what caused the derailment of 14 carriages of the train.

The train was traveling between the northeastern city of Patna and the central city of Indore, but suddenly roll off the tracks in Pukhrayan, 65 km south of Kanpur city.

Authorities said they were checking the condition of the tracks but would need to look further before concluding the cause of the derailment.

It was another India’s deadliest rail tragedy since more than 140 died in a 2010 collision in West Bengal.
Desperate survivors searched for family members and some tried to enter the damaged carriages to rescue relatives and collect belongings, said senior railway official Pratap Rai.

[AFP]

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. BiG Gee

    November 20, 2016 at 8:05 PM

    Abeg dis indian govt, dont dey av good rails?everytime it is derailing of train there, what am i even saying,all countries have their own wahala jare my own country na RECESSION WE DEY BATTLE NOW.

  2. ade eagle

    November 21, 2016 at 1:09 AM

    God have mercy

  3. sola olaniyi

    November 21, 2016 at 8:22 AM

    may God have mercy on them..every country with his own wahala

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