Maharashtra: Nagpur-Mumbai Duronto Express derails near Titwala station
Kalyan (Maharashtra) [India], August 29 (ANI): Adding to the list of train derailments in the recent past, five coaches and engine of Nagpur Mumbai Duronto Express derailed on Tuesday near the Titwala station, a small town in Maharashtra's Kalyan.
Some passengers are injured and a rescue team has already rushed from Kalyan.
Further details are awaited.
On August 25, a local train running on Mumbai's Harbour line derailed, while it was returning to the Mahim platform.
Saving the first four coaches, a technical fault caused the derailment of coaches six, seven, eight, and nine.
Five-six persons sustained minor injuries, but no case of casualties or major injuries were recorded so far. (ANI)
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