• Bikaner-Guwahati Express Derails In West Bengal, Casualties Feared

    As of now, there is no report of casualty

    The Bikaner-Guwahati Express derailed at Domohani in West Bengal on Thursday evening at around 5 pm.

    Reportedly, at least four to five compartments turned upside down following the derailment. Railway officials later said at least 12 coaches were affected.

    As of now, there is no report of casualty. However, as several compartments of the train got overturned, severe injuries and casualties are feared. The train was coming from Patna, Bihar.

    As per reports, the train was not overspeeding at the time of the accident. It was moving at a speed of 40kmph.

    Dilip Kumar Singh, divisional railway manager of the Alipuarduar section of the North East Frontier Railway, told the media that none of the coaches was filled to full capacity because of the Covid pandemic.

    Currently, officials are at the spot.
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