Mahalaxmi Express Rescue: 500 passengers rescued so far

27 Jul 2019 01:07 PM

Mahalaxmi Express Rescue: 500 passengers rescued so far

Updated 27 Jul 2019 01:07 PM

There was no respite from incessant rains in Mumbai which affected the rail services on Saturday, with long-distance Mahalaxmi Express getting stuck near Badlapur in Thane district due to flooding of tracks.
The Central Railway (CR) appealed to the passengers not to try getting out of the train on their own as it can be risky. "Our request to passengers of Mahalaxmi Express, please don't get down from train. Train is a safe place. Staff, RPF and City Police are in train to look after your wellbeing. Please wait for advice from the NDRF and other disaster management authorities," said Sunil Udasi, the chief spokesperson of the Central Railway.

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