Hapur News – … then the engine derailed at a speed of 14 km / h

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… then the engine derailed at a speed of 14 km / h
Hapur. The speed report came on Monday in the event of an empty freight train derailing at Hapur station. According to railway officials, the speed of the locomotive was 14 km / h. In the preliminary report, technical defects come to the fore. While the detailed report will likely come in a week.
It is noteworthy that a freight train with 58 bogies was brought to Khurja on Saturday by dusting driver Anil Kumar and co-driver Upasana Kumari and security guard Vinod Kumar Gajraula. On Saturday at 3:30 p.m., the second locomotive derailed behind the freight train near the Hapur yard. The engine also damaged the signal system in the yard. The route on the up and down lines remained interrupted until Sunday morning due to the separation of the engine from the route. The locomotive derailed after an Accidental Relief Train (ART) was called by the division. Because of this, a dozen and a half slow-speed trains were removed from the Hapur station’s No line.
Hapur officials, including Moradabad, are investigating the case. On Monday, the officers handed the engine speed report to the DRM. In the test report, the engine speed is given as around 14 kilometers per hour.
Technical error in the primary report
Railway officials are investigating all points regarding the derailment of the locomotive. What was the engine speed before and after entering the courtyard? This has been investigated but is still under intense scrutiny on several points. In the preliminary report by the railway officials, however, the matter comes to the fore as a technical defect.
DRM Tarun Prakash of Moradabad Division says the freight train’s locomotive was investigated at 14 kilometers per hour. A detailed report on the subject will follow next week. The situation will only be clear when the investigation report comes. conversation

… then the engine derailed at a speed of 14 km / h

Hapur. The speed report came on Monday in the event of an empty freight train derailing at Hapur station. According to railway officials, the speed of the locomotive was 14 km / h. In the preliminary report, technical defects come to the fore. The detailed report will likely come in a week.

It is noteworthy that a freight train with 58 bogies was brought to Khurja on Saturday by dusting driver Anil Kumar and co-driver Upasana Kumari and security guard Vinod Kumar Gajraula. On Saturday at 3:30 p.m., the second locomotive derailed behind the freight train near the Hapur yard. The engine also damaged the signal system in the yard. The route on the up and down lines remained interrupted until Sunday morning due to the separation of the engine from the route. The locomotive derailed after an Accidental Relief Train (ART) was called by the division. Because of this, a dozen and a half slow-speed trains were removed from the Hapur station’s No line.

Hapur officials, including Moradabad, are investigating the case. On Monday, the officers handed the engine speed report to the DRM. In the test report, the engine speed is given as around 14 kilometers per hour.

Technical error in the primary report

Railway officials are investigating all points regarding the derailment of the locomotive. What was the engine speed before and after entering the courtyard? This has been investigated but is still under intense scrutiny on several points. In the preliminary report by the railway officials, however, the matter comes to the fore as a technical defect.

DRM Tarun Prakash of Moradabad Division says the freight train’s locomotive was investigated at 14 kilometers per hour. A detailed report on the subject will follow next week. The situation will only be clear when the investigation report comes. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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