New Delhi: The news of a fire in the previous power car of the Chandigarh-Kochuvalli Express parked at New Delhi railway station is coming out. The fire has been brought under control immediately by the staff of the Foyer Brigade after reaching the front. There is no news of any casualty in the incident and all the passengers have been saved safely. Senior officials are on the scene and are monitoring the situation.
Information has been received that the bogie of the Chandigarh-Kochuveli Express parked on platform number 8 of New Delhi railway station has caught fire. After the fire, 4 fire tenders had reached the spot and the fire has been controlled.
It is being told that the luggage car adjacent to the power car is also on fire. While luggage of passengers in luggage car has also touched the fire. 2 motor cycles are also burnt in the fire. Also, giving information about the accident by tweeting by Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, it has been said that there has been no loss of life in the incident. Right now senior officials are on the scene and they are monitoring the situation. At the same time, there is no human harm done in the incident.
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