Passenger rescued from Mahalaxmi Express tells they received no food while stranded

27 Jul 2019 02:02 PM

Passenger rescued from Mahalaxmi Express tells they received no food while stranded

Updated 27 Jul 2019 02:02 PM

The Indian Air Force (IAF), Navy, Army and the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) launched a massive aerial and surface operation to rescue an estimated 1,500 passengers stranded in the Mahalaxmi Express on the flooded railway tracks at Vangani here on Saturday, officials said.
Following an SOS from the Maharashtra government to the Defence authorities, at least two helicopters, including a Seaking and a MI17, with relief material and personnel were despatched from Mumbai to the site.

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