[REVEALED] SEE INDIA’S HISTORICAL ORDER OF TRAIN CRASHES


You wouldn’t believe that the current train accident that recently took place in India which has actually drawn the concern and sympathy of the entire world is not actually

happening for the first time.Train accidents are fairly common in India, where much of the rail infrastructure and rolling stock is out of date.

India’s Worst Rail Disasters

Bihar, 6 Jun 1981: 250 deaths confirmed as passenger train derails on a bridge and plunges into the Baghmati river. Hundreds more are never found, with an estimated deathtoll ranging from 500 to 800

Firozabad, 20 Aug 1995: 358 people are killed as an express train hits a stationary express train

Khanna, 26 Nov 1998: At least 212 killed as a train collides with a derailed trainGaisal,

Assam, 2 Aug 1999: At least 290 killed as two trains carrying a total of 2,500 people collide

Rafiganj, 10 Sept 2002: Rajdhani Express derails on bridge, killing at least 130

West Midnapore, West Bengal, 28 May 2010: The Calcutta-Mumbai passenger train derails, killing at least 100. Police blame Maoist sabotage of the track.

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