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Train services on Bhubaneswar-Vizag route partially affected

Train services on Bhubaneswar-Vizag route partially affected
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Bhubaneswar, Jan 24 (PTI) Train services on the

Bhubaneswar-Visakhapatnam route were partially affected on

Sunday after a goods train derailed at Palasa under the

jurisdiction of the East Coast Railway Zone, an official said.

Two wagons of a tractor-laden goods train from

Palakkad to Tinsukia jumped off the track at Palasa yard in

Andhra Pradesh, following which a relief train was rushed to

the site from Odisha''s Khurda Road railway station, he said.

Railway officials have reached the spot and

restoration work has started.

Konark special train was controlled at Pundi station,

while two local trains between Visakhapatanam and Palasa and

the Bhubaneswar-Palasa Express were short-terminated, the

official said.

Train movement on the up line, however, is

operational, he added. PTI AAM

ACD ACD


Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI

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