Three Central Railway passengers fall off a train between Mumbra and Kalwa

After Central Railway had re-adjusted the train timings as per the Sunday schedule, the passengers witnessed overcrowded trains during peak hours

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In the last three days, Mumbai has witnessed heavy rainfall resulting in waterlogging in various areas. The downpour has also added to the woes of the commuters as the trains have been adversely affected. In a similar instance, on July 3, the Central Railway trains were running late and as a result, the rail corporation re-adjusted the train timings as per the Sunday schedule, due to which, passengers witnessed overcrowded trains during peak hours.

After which, due to boarding the overcrowded trains, three passengers fell from the train between Mumbra and Kalwa station. The injured commuters were rushed to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital immediately where they are currently being treated. 

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According to reports, the three commuters had boarded a train which was already crowded and therefore, they had to stand at the door. After which, as the train crossed Mumbra station, the three passengers fell from the train after their hands slipped and they lost balance. Two of the injured were men whereas a female passenger also suffered injuries.

Currently, the three passengers are under observation and are being treated at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital.

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