Madurai Express derails at Khandala railway station on Mumbai-Pune route
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A coach of the Bandra LTT-Madurai Express got derailed early on Friday in Maharashtra, throwing the intercity services on the busy Mumbai-Pune sector out of gear, an official said. The incident occurred around 2.45 a.m. when a seater-cum-luggage coach got off the tracks while entering the Khandala station in Pune district. No casualties were reported and the train left for its onward journey around 6 a.m. after detaching the affected coach, said a Central Railway spokesperson.
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At least five services were hit on the Mumbai-Pune route, while Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus-Pune Intercity Express, Sinhagad Express, Pragati Express and Karjat-Pune-Karjat passenger train were cancelled; the Bhusaval-Pune Express was diverted.
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Seating cum Luggage Rake (SLR) coach of Madurai express derailed in Maharashtra's Khandala at around 3:30 am. The affected coach was detached from the train & services were resumed within an hour.