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NDRF rescues more than 350 passengers stranded between Byculla and Masjid station

Due to heavy downpour in Mumbai, two local trains were stranded on the tracks between Byculla and Masjid station.

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NDRF rescues more than 350 passengers stranded between Byculla and Masjid station
The rains in Mumbai have turned complete disaster. Due to heavy downpour, two local trains were stranded on the tracks between Byculla and Masjid station.
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NDRF rescues more than 350 passengers stranded between Byculla and Masjid station
National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) reached the spot and evacuated more than 350 passengers.
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NDRF rescues more than 350 passengers stranded between Byculla and Masjid station
Due to heavy rainfall, the water has been accumulated on the railway tracks. NDRF team had to use a boat to rescue the passengers.
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NDRF rescues more than 350 passengers stranded between Byculla and Masjid station
Trains heading to Karjat were stranded on the tracks. The NDRF was successful in evacuating the passengers.
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NDRF rescues more than 350 passengers stranded between Byculla and Masjid station
Due to the restriction on travels for general passengers amid coronavirus outbreak, the NFRD team was able to rescue commuters safely and smoothly. Otherwise, the task would have been a lot difficult.
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