Filled with water on the track, the train stood for 45 minutes

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Sitapur

Published by: Lucknow office
Updated Wed, Jul 21, 2021 1:58 AM EST

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Given the problem, the police have diverted traffic. The railway workers worked hard to remove the water from the tracks. Then the train could go to the camp. Because of this, the train stood for about 45 minutes.

Railway personnel remove water from train tracks that have been flooded by rain. (Conversation)
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On Tuesday, the rail truck was flooded with water due to a lack of drainage in the city’s warehouse. For this reason, the train coming to the camp was stopped some time beforehand. The level crossing was closed. This resulted in long traffic jams on both sides of the road. Given the problem, the police have diverted traffic. Railway workers worked hard to remove the water from the tracks. Then the train could go to the camp. Because of this, the train stood for about 45 minutes.At around one o’clock on Tuesday, a freight train drove to the warehouse via Sitapur Junction. This freight train came with cement from Lucknow to Sitapur. As soon as the train reached the crossing of the police line, the driver noticed water on the track. The train stopped at the intersection itself. When the news of this reached the railway department, there was panic. All the workers tried again and again to get the water out of the tracks.

When the train stopped at the intersection, people traveling from Sitapur to Lakhimpur got stuck in traffic. The people who came from Lakhimpur continued to fight in traffic jams. When the intersection was not opened for a long time, there was a traffic jam from the lane stop to the intersection. The police arrived and tried to clear the traffic jam. Vehicles from Lakhimpur were pulled through the overpass on Jail Road.

After the vehicles got stuck at the intersection, they were sent via the Bijwar bypass towards Lakhimpur. After a while, the engine driver pushed the train back from the intersection. After that, when the intersection was opened, the congestion problem was solved. After about 45 minutes, when the water had receded from the tracks, the train left for the camp.

Track number one of the camp was flooded. The problem was a lack of a drainage system. The workers took out the water. Then the train was sent to platform number two. The problem persisted for about 45 minutes. No other train was affected by the warehouse route.
– AK Shukla, Superintendent Station, Sitapur Junction

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On Tuesday, the rail truck was flooded with water due to a lack of drainage in the city’s warehouse. For this reason, the train coming to the camp was stopped some time beforehand. The level crossing was closed. This resulted in long traffic jams on both sides of the road. Given the problem, the police have diverted traffic. The railway workers worked hard to remove the water from the tracks. Then the train could go to the camp. Because of this, the train stood for about 45 minutes.

At around one o’clock on Tuesday, a freight train drove to the warehouse via Sitapur Junction. This freight train came with cement from Lucknow to Sitapur. As soon as the train reached the crossing of the police line, the driver noticed water on the track. The train stopped at the intersection itself. When the news of this reached the railway department, there was panic. All the workers tried again and again to get the water out of the tracks.

When the train stopped at the intersection, people traveling from Sitapur to Lakhimpur got stuck in traffic. The people who came from Lakhimpur continued to fight in traffic jams. When the intersection was not opened for a long time, there was a traffic jam from the lane stop to the intersection. The police arrived and tried to clear the traffic jam. Vehicles from Lakhimpur were pulled through the overpass on Jail Road.

After the vehicles got stuck at the intersection, they were sent via the Bijwar bypass towards Lakhimpur. After a while the driver drove the train back from the intersection. After that, when the intersection was opened, the congestion problem was solved. After about 45 minutes, when the water had receded from the tracks, the train left for the camp.

Track number one of the camp was flooded. The problem was a lack of a drainage system. The workers took out the water. Then the train was sent to platform number two. The problem persisted for about 45 minutes. No other train was affected by the warehouse route.

– AK Shukla, Superintendent Station, Sitapur Junction

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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