Train accidents have become frequent events everywhere. You can not assure that you will reach at your destination ,because of the statistics of train accidents. When ever I book my train ticket I always pray to God to save us from tain accidents. Our hearts breadthing increases when we crosses any river bridges.
January 2, 2010 – The first of three train accidents in Uttar Pradesh on this day takes place near the town of Etawah, about 170 miles (270 kilometres) southwest of Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh state. The Lichchavi Express entering the station in heavy fog runs into the stationary Magadh Express train stopped there. Ten people, including the driver of one of the trains, are injured. At least 10 people were reported to have been killed.
January 2, 2010 – The tow Gorakhdham Express and Prayagraj Express collide near the Panki railway station in Kanpur, about 100 kilometres (62 mi) southwest of Lucknow, This tow train accidents leave five people dead and about 40 others injured.
January 2, 2010 – At Pratapgarh, 61 kilometres (38 mi) from Allahabad, the Sarayu Express plows into a tractor trailer at an unmanned railway crossing. Though nobody is injured, the engine of the train is severely damaged.
January 2, 2010 – All seven coaches of the Arunachal Pradesh Express, running between Murkongselek and Rangiya derail between Helem and Nij Bogaon in Assam, India in the early hours of the day. No passengers are hurt.
January 16, 2010 – In this train accident three people die and around a dozen are injured when two express trains collide in thick fog near Tundla, 25 kilometres (16 mi) from Agra, in India's northern state of Uttar Pradesh. The driver of one of the trains apparently did not react to a signal, slamming his train into another on the same track.
January 17, 2010 – The Lucknow-Sultanpur Harihar Nath Express strikes a car at an unmanned railway crossing under Haidergarh police station area on Sunday afternoon in Barabanki district, India. Two persons traveling in the car die on the spot and four others who sustained serious injuries were referred to Trauma Centre in Lucknow. Train traffic on this route is disrupted for nearly two hours after the accident. This is the fifth train accident accident in a series of similar accidents in the area
January 22, 2010 – Three bogies of a goods train derail at Sathiyaon station near Azamgarh, in Uttar Pradesh, disrupting rail traffic in the region. No one is injured. Traffic is disrupted on the busy Varanasi–Azamgarh–Gorakhpur route.
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