Passenger Wagons Left Locomotive In India And Backed 11 Km

22 wagons leaving a train in India have gone out of control, and the wagons, which are 11 kilometers away with a thousand passengers in it, can be stopped with large stones laid on the tracks.

According to the BBC's report, the wagons, which left the locomotive and out of control in the state of Orissa, were stopped by the railway authorities by placing large stones on the rails.

There were no deaths or injuries on the weekend. Officials said the 7 railroad employee, accused of failing to comply with the procedures, was dismissed.

An investigation into the incident has been launched.

 

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