Twenty-four wagons of a goods train derailed today in Satna district of Madhya Pradesh, affecting the Mumbai-Howrah up line and Satna-Rewa track.
Meanwhile, Railway has begun reconstruction of the track in order to restore the services on the route.
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No casualties have been reported so far.
24 bogies of a goods train derailed in Satna, Mumbai-Howrah up line & Satna-Rewa track affected. Railway has started reconstruction of the track #MadhyaPradesh— ANI (@ANI) February 9, 2018
The incident comes a day after the engine of a 13-wagon goods train derailed near Chidambaram in Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu.
The wagons were laden with coal from Karaikal Port and the goods train was proceeding to Kaikuppam private thermal power station when the engine derailed at the Puduchatram station.