Gandhinagar-Mumbai Vande Bharat Express coach damaged from collision with animals

On Thursday, the recently launched Gandhinagar-Mumbai Vande Bharat Express was damaged after it ran into some livestock on the railroad track close to the Vatva train station in Gujarat.

A railway official reported that the tragedy claimed the lives of four buffalo and that it happened about 11.15 a.m.

The path near Vatva had a curve that led to a blind spot region. About 100 kmph was the average speed of the train. The official reported that the fiber-based front section of the train had been harmed.

No functioning component was harmed in the event, according to a representative for the railways. “The train departed shortly after the carcasses were removed and arrived at Gandhinagar on schedule. The incident happened between the stations of Gairatpur and Vatva. According to the spokeswoman, the railways are attempting to advise the local residents not to leave their animals close to the track.

Numerous exceptional and aircraft-like travel experiences are available on the Vande Bharat Express. The first Vande Bharat Train to be outfitted with the “KAVACH” method, this locally made train runs between Gandhinagar and Mumbai. It is an autonomous safety mechanism that guards against railway collisions.

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