Buxar Train Derails: The North East Express, which was traveling from Anand Vihar station in Delhi to Kamakhya station in Guwahati, was involved in a serious railway accident in the Buxar region of Bihar. This train’s twenty-one carriages have derailed.
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Anshul Aggarwal, DM of Buxar, reports that four people have passed away thus far. This accident has resulted in over 100 injuries. For treatment, Patna AIIMS has been recommended for about twenty of the injured. The nearby hospital is treating the injured who are still there.
Officials from the Railway Department and a relief rescue team arrived at the location as soon as they received the information. The incident’s causes are unknown as of right now. Tejashwi Yadav, the deputy chief minister of Bihar, is monitoring this incident. In addition to the SDRF and NDRF teams working continuously, a helpline number has also been provided.
According to information released by Railways, at 9:35 p.m., a few coaches on train number 12506 North East Express, which was traveling from Anand Vihar Terminal to Kamakhya, derailed close to Raghunathpur station in the Danapur division. The following helpline numbers have been issued: PNBE: 9771449971; DNR: 8905697493; ARA: 8306182542; COML CNL: 7759070004.
Former railway minister and chief minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar, sent his sincere sympathies on the deaths of four persons in the North-East Express disaster that occurred today as the train was traveling from Anand Vihar in Delhi to Kamakhya station, which is close to Raghunathpur railway station in the Buxar district. declared a compensation of four lakh rupees for each.