Cattle came before Saptakranti Express – Cattle came before Saptakranti Express, trapped in the engine

Amar Ujala Network, Shahjahanpur

Published by: Dushyant Sharma
Updated Thu May 20, 2021 02:39 AM IST

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The driver stopped the train with an emergency brake when the remains of the cattle were stuck in the engine and informed the control room.

The cattle died after being hit by the Saptakranti Express, which ran from Anand Vihar to Muzaffarpur. The driver stopped the train with an emergency brake when the remains of the cattle were stuck in the engine and informed the control room. The personnel arriving from Roja on the orders of the control room cleaned the route. The train departed after stopping for two minutes.On Wednesday, 02548 Saptakranti Express reached level crossing number 316 near Mathia Colony at 8:20 p.m. Then some cattle came out on the track. One of these cattle collided with the train’s engine and fell on the line. While his remains were trapped in the engine. When the driver saw this, he stopped the train with an emergency brake and pulled the remains of the cattle out of the engine. The control was informed at the same time.

After the remains of the cattle had been removed, the driver took the train off. At the same time, the cattle on the upline were removed and the trains that came on the line were quoted. Rosa’s station manager JP Singh said the staff had been evacuated from the train by sending the track based on the information about the beating of the cattle. There was no impact on rail traffic.

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The cattle died after being hit by the Saptakranti Express, which ran from Anand Vihar to Muzaffarpur. The driver stopped the train with an emergency brake when the remains of the cattle were stuck in the engine and informed the control room. The personnel arriving from Roja on the orders of the control room cleaned the route. The train departed after stopping for two minutes.

On Wednesday, 02548 Saptakranti Express reached level crossing number 316 near Mathia Colony at 8:20 p.m. Then some cattle came out on the track. One of these cattle collided with the train’s engine and fell on the line. While his remains were trapped in the engine. When the driver saw this, he stopped the train with an emergency brake and pulled the remains of the cattle out of the engine. The control was informed at the same time.

After the remains of the cattle had been removed, the driver took the train off. At the same time, the cattle on the upline were removed and the trains that came on the line were quoted. Rosa’s station manager JP Singh said the staff had been evacuated from the train by sending the track based on the information about the beating of the cattle. There was no impact on rail traffic.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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