There was some issue with signalling in Balasore Train accident, said Railway Board

The Railway Board today said that according to preliminary findings, there was some issue with the signalling in the Balasore Train accident. Briefing media in New Delhi, Member of Operation and Business Development, Railway Board, Jaya Varma Sinha said that they are waiting for the detailed report from the Commissioner of Railway Safety. She informed that only Coromandel Express met with an accident which was at a speed of around 128 kilometres per hour.

She said the goods train did not get derailed since it was carrying iron ores, and the maximum damage of the impact was on Coromandel Express. She said this is the reason for a huge number of deaths and injuries. The derailed bogies of Coromandel Express came on the down line and hit the last two bogies of Yashwantpur Express which was crossing at the speed of 126 kilometres per hour from the down line.

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