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Bengal train collision: Over 60 injured, death toll rises to 15

At least 15 passengers died and over 60 were injured after three rear coaches of the stationary Sealdah-bound Kanchanjungha Express derailed as a goods train collided with it in Darjeeling, West Bengal. The three rear compartments derailed under the impact of the collision from behind by the locomotive of the goods train near Rangapani station. According to preliminary information received from rail officials, the passenger train was stationary on the tracks when the goods train rammed into it from behind.
Last Updated : 17 June 2024, 08:53 IST

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Rescue operation underway after a collision between the Kanchanjungha  Express and a goods train, near Rangapani railway station.

Rescue operation underway after a collision between the Kanchanjungha Express and a goods train, near Rangapani railway station.

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Mangled remains of the Kanchanjungha Express and a goods train after a collision between them, near Rangapani railway station, in West Bengal.

Mangled remains of the Kanchanjungha Express and a goods train after a collision between them, near Rangapani railway station, in West Bengal.

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Officials carry out rescue work, near Rangapani railway station in West Bengal.

Officials carry out rescue work, near Rangapani railway station in West Bengal.

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Rescue work is underway after a collision between the Kanchanjungha Express and a goods train, near Rangapani railway station.

Rescue work is underway after a collision between the Kanchanjungha Express and a goods train, near Rangapani railway station.

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Ground zero visuals show the smashed compartments.

Ground zero visuals show the smashed compartments.

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Locals gather at the accident site after a collision between the Kanchanjungha Express and a goods train, near Rangapani railway station in West Bengal.

Locals gather at the accident site after a collision between the Kanchanjungha Express and a goods train, near Rangapani railway station in West Bengal.

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Visuals from the accident site where locals gather after a collision between the Kanchanjungha Express and a goods train.

Visuals from the accident site where locals gather after a collision between the Kanchanjungha Express and a goods train.

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Hundreds of locals gathered at the accident site in West Bengal.

Hundreds of locals gathered at the accident site in West Bengal.

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Published 17 June 2024, 08:53 IST

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