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Amarkantak Express : Fire Breaks Out in AC Coach, Train Engulfed in Flames

Big news has come out from the capital of Bhopal. Fire broke out in Amarkantak Express. The fire broke out in the lower part of the AC coach. This accident happened between Misrod and Mandideep station. The passengers were in panic after the accident. It is said that the fire broke out under B-3 and B-4 AC coaches.

By: Rekha Joshi  Pardaphash Group
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Amarkantak Express : Fire Breaks Out in AC Coach, Train Engulfed in Flames

Big news has come out from the capital of Bhopal. Fire broke out in Amarkantak Express. The fire broke out in the lower part of the AC coach. This accident happened between Misrod and Mandideep station. The passengers were in panic after the accident. It is said that the fire broke out under B-3 and B-4 AC coaches. After that it was extinguished with fire extinguisher. After the fire incident, Railways has ordered an investigation.

One of the passengers in the train made a video of this incident and uploaded it on his social media account. Amarkantak Express runs between Durg in Chhattisgarh and Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh. Apart from Durg and Bhopal, it has 27 other halts.

Such an accident also happened in Shahdol
Earlier on June 27, a train accident had also taken place in Shahdol, Madhya Pradesh. Here four coaches of the goods train derailed in the yard adjacent to the station. Some coaches also collided with another goods train parked nearby. After the accident, four lines of the track were affected. However, the passenger train was not affected by this accident. No one was injured in any way in the incident. This train was going from Parsa in Chhattisgarh to Rajasthan after filling coal. After the accident, railway officials reached the spot and removed the overturned wagon.

It is noteworthy that last year also in the month of April, a major train accident had taken place near Shahdol Railway Station. Singhpur Station is nine km away from Shahdol Railway Station. Two goods trains had collided with each other near this station. A train also caught fire at the time of the accident. This accident was so severe that the engine of another train ran over one engine. The motorman driving it also died in the accident.

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