Oxygen tank leaks at the PDDU intersection in Chandauli – UP: Oxygen tank leaks at the PDDU intersection, rising

Amar Ujala Network, Chandauli

Published by: Geetarjun Gautam
Updated Sat May 15, 2021 12:21 PM IST

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Oxygen Express had arrived at PDDU Junction. The RPF learned of the oxygen leak while examining the train’s container. It was then corrected.

RPF team fixes leak
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Liquid oxygen container loaded on the Oxygen Express from Tata to Moradabad was stirred near the PDDU intersection in the Chandauli district. Meanwhile, immediately after being informed, the RPF team reached the point. The team examined the container with a Lynd employee. Somehow the pressure was reduced, this gave people breath. Then after a while the car was driven on.According to the information, the Oxygen Express special train, which drove from Tata to Moradabad on Saturday, reached platform number three at DDU Junction at around 11:30 p.m. The RPF team was with him. During this time when the container was examined, it was found that there was a leak of oxygen.

After a thorough investigation with the RPF team and LIND company employee Hardev Singh, it was found that the pressure on the container was close to the red 10 mark which is much higher than normal pressure. Thereafter, the vessel was immediately depressurized and returned to normal. The car was then flown to its destination.

In this regard, RPF Inspector Sanjeev Kumar said that upon the arrival of Oxygen Express, the RPF team attended Sub-Inspectors Ashwani Kumar and RN Ram as well as the team as usual. During this time it was determined that there was a leak in the oxygen tank. The RPF team, together with the company’s employee, immediately found the reason for the leak. I learned that the pressure from the container had reached the danger mark. The pressure was later normalized again and the train diverted to its destination.

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Liquid oxygen container loaded on the Oxygen Express from Tata to Moradabad was stirred near the PDDU intersection in the Chandauli district. Meanwhile, immediately after being informed, the RPF team reached the point. The team examined the container with a Lynd employee. Somehow the pressure was reduced, this gave people breath. Then after a while the car was driven on.

According to the information, the Oxygen Express special train, which drove from Tata to Moradabad on Saturday, reached platform number three at DDU Junction at around 11:30 p.m. The RPF team was with him. While checking the container, it was found that there was a leak of oxygen.

After a thorough investigation with the RPF team and LIND company employee Hardev Singh, it was found that the pressure on the container was close to the red 10 mark which is much higher than normal pressure. Thereafter, the vessel was immediately depressurized and returned to normal. The car was then flown to its destination.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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