Around 2,000 passengers of two Mumbai-bound trains, that got stuck between Nallasopara and Vasai stations of the Western Railway due to water-logging this morning, were rescued by the NDRF and the police on Tuesday.
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.
The Vadodara Express which departed Vadodara Junction last night was expected to reach its destination Mumbai Central at 4:45 am today.
Palghar district residential collector Navnath Jare told PTI: “Water level between Nallasopara and Vasai stations rose to more than two metre due to heavy rain and a high tide this morning.” Read More
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