Amravati Express derails near Kalyan; no casualty

Updated on Oct 31, 2014 01:02 PM IST

The engine and a passenger-cum-guard coach of the Mumbai-bound Amravati Express derailed today while entering the suburban Kalyan station this morning but no one was hurt.

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PTI | By, Mumbai

The engine and a passenger-cum-guard coach of the Mumbai-bound Amravati Express derailed on Thursday while entering the suburban Kalyan station this morning but no one was hurt.

However, the incident has disrupted traffic on the Nashik-Igatpuri-Kalyan section of the Central Railway, a Central Railway spokesperson said here.

"Engine and one SLR (general second class cum Guard's Van) of 12112 Amravati-Mumbai Express derailed while entering platform no.4 at Kalyan at 04:50 AM today," a railway statement said.

Kalyan is 54 kms from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai Efforts to restore traffic are in full swing and many trains have been short-terminated, diverted and cancelled due to the derailment, it said.

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