Indian Train Service Resumes After Deadly Crash

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One of the train services involved in a triple collision in India’s deadliest railway disaster for decades resumed journeys on Wednesday.

The railway spokesman Aditya Kumar Chaudhary said the Coromandal Express is back on track with a train departing Shalimar station near Kolkata on Wednesday afternoon on a 25-hour journey.

The service was one of three trains involved in the crash near Balasore in the eastern state of Odisha on Friday.



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