Local publications noted that in addition to fifty people who died, another 350 people were injured as a result of the accident.
A collision between three trains in the Indian state of Odisha has killed at least 50 people. In addition, 350 others were injured. This was reported by Hindustan Times on Friday, June 2.
The tragedy occurred on Friday evening near the city of Balasore. The Bangalore-Kolkata passenger train partially derailed after colliding with a passenger train. Some of the cars ended up on nearby tracks, and a high-speed Coromandel Express train ran into them, en route from Calcutta to Chennai.
All facilities and hospitals in Balasore and its surroundings have been alerted in readiness to receive victims.
Authorities fear that many passengers may remain trapped in the damaged carriages, and a rescue operation is underway.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his condolences to the families of the victims and wished the injured a speedy recovery.
It will be remembered that three metro stations on the blue line were closed in Kyiv because a woman was hit by a train.
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