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Odisha train accident: Rescue ops over, restoration work begins

The toll in the disastrous railway accident in Odisha has risen to 261 and rescue operations at the site have been completed, a South Eastern Railway official said on Saturday. "The number of casualties in Friday's railway accident has increased to 261. Another 650 injured passengers are being treated at various hospitals in Odisha," SER spokesperson Aditya Chowdhury said.
Last Updated : 03 June 2023, 12:08 IST

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Nearly 18 hours after the massive train tragedy in Odisha's Balasore district, restoration work has begun at the accident site. Credit: PTI Photo
Nearly 18 hours after the massive train tragedy in Odisha's Balasore district, restoration work has begun at the accident site. Credit: PTI Photo
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The death toll in the disastrous railway accident has risen to 261 and rescue operations at the site have been completed. Credit: IANS Photo
The death toll in the disastrous railway accident has risen to 261 and rescue operations at the site have been completed. Credit: IANS Photo
One of the deadliest train accidents in the country, took place in Balasore around 7:00 pm on Friday (June 2), prompting the Railway Ministry to order a probe. Credit: IANS Photo
One of the deadliest train accidents in the country, took place in Balasore around 7:00 pm on Friday (June 2), prompting the Railway Ministry to order a probe. Credit: IANS Photo
Large cranes and bulldozers tried to lift the last remaining coach amid the strewn and mangled wreckage of three trains that rammed into each other in rapid sequence in Odisha's Balasore district. Credit: PTI Photo
Large cranes and bulldozers tried to lift the last remaining coach amid the strewn and mangled wreckage of three trains that rammed into each other in rapid sequence in Odisha's Balasore district. Credit: PTI Photo
Some 200 ambulances, 50 buses and 45 mobile health units have been working at the accident site. 1,200 personnel to rush the injured to hospitals. Credit: PTI Photo
Some 200 ambulances, 50 buses and 45 mobile health units have been working at the accident site. 1,200 personnel to rush the injured to hospitals. Credit: PTI Photo
NDRF personnel during the search and rescue operation at the site where Coromandel Express, Bengaluru-Howrah Express and a goods train derailed, in Balasore. Credit: PTI Photo
NDRF personnel during the search and rescue operation at the site where Coromandel Express, Bengaluru-Howrah Express and a goods train derailed, in Balasore. Credit: PTI Photo
Rescue operation under way at the site where Coromandel Express, Bengaluru-Howrah Express and a goods train met with an accident, in Balasore. Credit: IANS Photo
Rescue operation under way at the site where Coromandel Express, Bengaluru-Howrah Express and a goods train met with an accident, in Balasore. Credit: IANS Photo
Locals, security personnel and NDRF during the search and rescue operation at the site of tragedy. Credit: PTI Photo
Locals, security personnel and NDRF during the search and rescue operation at the site of tragedy. Credit: PTI Photo
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Published 03 June 2023, 10:23 IST

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