Taj Express train caught fire in Delhi
Taj Express train caught fire in Delhi

Taj Express Train Fire: At the Okhla railway station in Delhi, a passenger train coach caught fire. Information indicates that the Taj Express train number 12280 has three bogies where a large fire has started. This accident has not injured any passengers. At present, efforts are being made to control the fire.

At 4:41 p.m., PCR was notified about the train fire. Six fire brigades arrived at the scene as soon as they received the information and started putting out the flames.

Atul Garg, the director of the Delhi Incident Service, reports that no one has died as a result of the incident. Firefighters are working to contain the fire. A tiny portion of bogie numbers D-3, D-4, and D-2 saw the fire start. Four trains on this line are operating with some disruption due to the fire. Other train passengers had to deal with difficulties.

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