Technical lack of freight locomotive blocked at level crossings

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Kasganj. On Monday there was a technical problem in the locomotive of the freight train from Kasganj to Bareilly. As a result, the freight train stopped on the track. For this reason, the level crossing at Sahawar Gate and Amanpur Road had to be closed for about 40 minutes. At the intersection there was a long traffic jam in which the officers were also trapped. The team of railway engineers pushed the freight train forward by installing a second locomotive.
When the freight train left Kasganj station for Bareilly on Monday afternoon, there was a technical hook in the locomotive when it was crossing the Sahawar Gate level crossing. Meanwhile, the Sahawar Gate Railway Crossing and Amanpur Road Railway Crossing were automatically closed after the gates were closed. Wherever the vehicles got stuck. Here SDM Sadar Lalit Kumar was stuck in traffic while passing the Amanpur Road level crossing. When the traffic jam did not open for more than half an hour, the SDM called the railway officials, then found out the reason.
Two level crossings remained closed due to a lack of the freight train’s locomotive. After about 40 minutes the freight train was sent to Bareilly by another locomotive.- Abhishek Kumar, station manager.

Kasganj. On Monday there was a technical problem in the locomotive of the freight train from Kasganj to Bareilly. As a result, the freight train stopped on the track. For this reason, the level crossing at Sahawar Gate and Amanpur Road had to be closed for about 40 minutes. At the intersection there was a long traffic jam in which the officers were also trapped. The team of railway engineers pushed the freight train forward by installing a second locomotive.

When the freight train left Kasganj station for Bareilly on Monday afternoon, there was a technical hook in the locomotive when it was crossing the Sahawar Gate level crossing. Meanwhile, the Sahawar Gate Railway Crossing and Amanpur Road Railway Crossing were automatically closed after the gates were closed. Wherever the vehicles got stuck. Here SDM Sadar Lalit Kumar was stuck in traffic while passing the Amanpur Road level crossing. When the traffic jam did not open for more than half an hour, the SDM called the railway officials, then found out the reason.

Two level crossings remained closed due to a lack of the freight train’s locomotive. After about 40 minutes the freight train was sent to Bareilly by another locomotive.- Abhishek Kumar, station manager.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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