Around 2,000 passengers of two Mumbai-bound trains, that got stuck between Nalasopara and Vasai stations of the Western Railway due to waterlogging on Tuesday morning, were rescued by the NDRF and the police.
In a joint operation, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), the police and fire brigade personnel rescued all the 2,000 passengers of Shatabdi Express and Vadodara Express, a Palghar district official said on Tuesday.
The Vadodara Express which departed from Vadodara Junction on Monday night was expected to reach its destination – Mumbai Central – at 4.45 am on Tuesday.
“As of now, we have rescued almost all 2,000 passengers from both the trains,” an official said. Read More
Latest posts by admin (see all)
- Madhya Pradesh: Piyush Goyal Announces New Mines, Aims Employment Generation - September 22, 2018
- Government may ask RBI to classify renewable energy projects under priority sector lending - September 20, 2018
- Adityanath Reviews Railway Projects Concerning Kumbh 2019 - September 5, 2018