Vande Bharat Express: First buffalo and now cow, animal collided with Vande Bharat Express for the second time in 2 days

Publish Date: 07 Oct, 2022 |
 

Accident occurred for the second consecutive day with the country's fastest train Vande Bharat Express. In Gujarat, animals collided with a train for the second time in a row on Friday. There is minor damage again in the front part of the train. The accident happened between Kanjari and Anand stations while traveling from Gandhinagar to Mumbai. A day earlier, the train collided with a herd of buffalo near Maninagar station. The train was put back on track after repair.

Case against cattle owners

The Railway Protection Force (RPF) has registered a case against the owners of the cattle in connection with the Vande-Bharat Express train colliding with a herd of buffaloes in Gujarat on Thursday morning.In a statement issued by the Western Railway, it was said that the area damaged after colliding with a herd of buffaloes has been repaired in Mumbai.

Four buffaloes died in the accident.Jitendra Kumar Jayant, Senior Spokesperson (Ahmedabad Division) of Western Railway said, "The RPF has registered an FIR against unknown owners of buffaloes coming on the way of Vande Bharat train between Vatva and Maninagar railway stations in Ahmedabad."

All passengers safe

The train collided with a cow near Anand station in Gujarat, causing minor damage to the front of the train, officials said.Friday's incident took place at 3.48 pm in Anand, 432 km from Mumbai.Confirming this, Sumit Thakur, Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway said, "There has been minor damage to the front of the train." He added that all the passengers are safe.

 

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