Three coaches of Mangala Express derail at Pen in Maharashtra

NetIndian News Network

Mumbai, March 1, 2015

Three coaches of the 12617 Ernakulam-Hazrat Nizamuddin Mangala Express derailed at Pen railway station, about 130 km from Mumbai, this evening, official sources said.
A press release from the Central Railway said no one was injured in the mishap, which occurred at about 1810 hours.
The three derailed coaches were S-9, S-10 and the pantry car, it said.
A breakdown train, which was at Pen station, was rushed to the spot along with railway officials and efforts have begun to restore operations on the line, it said.
Rail traffic will be diverted via loop line at Pen railway station, the release added.

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