Hampi Express accident 25 dead minister blames driver, says he jumped

Hampi Express accident 25 dead minister blames driver, says he jumped

Hampi Express accident 25 dead minister blames driver, says he jumped

Hampi Express accident 25 dead minister blames driver, says he jumped

At least 25 passengers died, 16 of them charred and 43 injured when the Bangalore-Hampi Express is packed with a stationary freight train after the driver apparently higher than the signal from the station in the wee hours of Tuesday.

The impact of a collision occurred at 3:15 pm, so four bogies of express train derailed and caught fire Penukonda one station in Andhra Pradesh, Bangalore division of South Western Railway.

Sokkolt survivors said it was a painful and bloody spectacle fellow passengers burning and screaming for help because they were helpless as a result of the scorching heat. The cries of the passengers are still burning in the ears sounded, I was told upon arrival in Bangalore, about 150 km away.

 Hampi Express accident 25 dead minister blames driver, says he jumped

Most of the victims and workers in Karnataka Hosp Hublot and were on their way to Bangalore.

“From now on, 25 people were killed and 43 injured rail tragedy. The injured have been shifted to different hospitals in Anantpur district,” Railway Minister mukul Roy, who rushed to the scene of the accident, told reporters.

“At first glance, it seems to be the leader of the Hampi Express crossing the signal,” railway spokesman said Anil Saxena Delhi.

Deputy Inspector General of Police (Anantapur range) Charu Sinha said that the wounded have already been admitted to nearby hospitals Penukonda, Hindupur and Anantapur.

“Rescuers used metal cutters to get into the bogies, which passengers stuck” police inspector Anantpur Shah Nawaz Qasim said, adding rail capacity has helped firefighters and rescue operations by the police