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At KSR Bengaluru Station, a fire breaks out in the Mumbai-Bengaluru Udyan Express, although no injuries were recorded.

Two hours after arriving at its target stop, the Mumbai-Bengaluru Udyan Express caught fire, according to railroad officials. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus – KSR Bengaluru Udyan Daily Express (Train No. 11301) was at Sangolli Rayanna railway station in Bengaluru, Karnataka, when the fire started about 7 a.m. After station officials were aware of the smoke coming from the AC carriage, fire tenders were dispatched to the area. So yet, no injuries have been recorded.

Smoke was discovered two hours after the arrival of the train, according to South-Western Railway officials.

They asserted that the incident happened two hours after the passengers had disembarked, or two hours earlier.

“After arriving at Krantiveera Sangolli Rayanna Railway Station, the Udyan Express caught fire. Two hours after people left the train, the incident occurred. No one was hurt or killed. South-Western Railway was quoted by ANI as saying that a fire engine and experts had arrived at the scene and were evaluating the situation.

The fire’s precise cause has not yet been determined.

The fire was put out as soon as it was discovered, and experts are examining the situation to see what exactly caused it, according to officials.

Source- Hindustan times


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