No passenger was injured in the incident.
A coach of the dashing Bandra Terminus-Ramnagar Express received detached from the train close to Jogeshwari station in Mumbai on Thursday morning, delaying native and lengthy distance trains on the western line throughout peak hours, officers stated.
No passenger was injured in the incident, they stated.
However, this delayed additional journey of the affected train and native train companies, inflicting inconvenience to scores of commuters on the Western Railway’s suburban community.
The incident came about between Andheri and Jogeshwari stations on the down (Borivali-bound) quick line at round 5.30 a.m. when the train’s rear LHB (Linke Hofmann Busch) coach received uncoupled from its quick coach, a railway official stated.
“It was an empty coach on the rear end of the train and it was supposed to open from a station ahead. It got uncoupled near the Jogeshwari station,” Western Railway’s chief public relations officer Sumit Thakur stated.
Later, the coach was re-coupled with the train and it departed for additional journey at 6.40 a.m., he stated.
“No passenger was injured in the incident,” he stated.
Earlier, the train had left from the Bandra Terminus at 5.10 a.m. for its vacation spot Ramnagar in Uttar Pradesh, one other Railway official stated.
It was supposed to achieve Borivali station in Mumbai at 5.33 a.m., however because of the incident, it arrived there at 7.03 a.m., he stated.
Because of the incident, the suburban trains on the western line have been operating late by 10 to fifteen minutes and the motion of a number of outstation trains was additionally affected, the official stated.
“Due to technical issue at Jogeshwari station, all UP and DOWN suburban train services between Churchgate to Virar stations are running late by 10-15 minutes,” the Western Railway’s Divisional Railway Manager stated on their official Twitter deal with.