外文标题：Several passengers feared dead as two trains derail in Madhya Pradesh
HARDA (MP): Several passengers were feared dead when two express trains on Tuesday night derailed while crossing a bridge on swollen Machak river near Harda in Madhya Pradesh, senior district officials said.
Kamayani Express enroute to Varanasi from Mumbai derailed near Harda, about 160kms from Bhopal, around 11.45pm while the Janata Express derailed around the same time.
"There was water on tracks and the bridge was submerged. So the last bogies of Kamayani Express got derailed. Simultaneously, on the other track the engines and coaches of the Janata Express also got derailed," Railway spokesperson Anil Saxena said.
He said that some casualties are feared.
forget bullet train.let us first have safe and secured ,ckean normal trains running on time
Matts • yuvaraj raj • 1 day ago
I really believed that trains could not derail in India being the largest democracy in the world, I expected derailments in communist countries like China. If the derailment would have happened in China, certainly com*unism would be to blame. Now whom do we blame?
Frequent accidents will help reduce overcrowding in our railway system.
USA does not even have the world's fastest high speed trains. US has the largest commercial air fleet in the world. Just check the number of airline incidences of airlines owned by US companies.
accidents can be happened anywhere in the world
it may be due to heavy rains in that area
Before they move to dream bullet trains they should modernize the British old systems still used in railways to save lives
old tracks must be repaired