Kampur: In a shocking incident, a youth from Boithalangsu’s Langkhangpi village allegedly jumped off a running train near Kampur Railway Station in Nagaon.
As per an eye witness, the youth identified as Bidya Hanse son of Nonki Hanse reportedly jumped off Kanyakumari Express as it didn’t halt at the Kampur Railway Station.
Following the incident, the Government Railway Police (GRP) shifted Bidya Hanse to a First Referral Unit (FRU) Hospital for better treatment.
Unfortunately, the innocent youth later succumbed to his injuries, informed the doctors at the FRU unit.
List of railway accidents and incidents in India
Railway accidents may be classified by their effects, e.g.: head-on collisions, rear-end collisions, side collisions, derailments, fires, explosions, etc. They may alternatively be classified by cause, e.g.: driver and signalman error; mechanical failure of rolling stock, tracks and bridges; vandalism, sabotage and terrorism; level crossing misuse and trespassing; natural causes such as flooding and fog; hazards of dangerous goods carried; effectiveness of brakes; and adequacy of operating rules.
India’s deadliest rail accidents were the Bihar train disaster (500–800 killed), the Firozabad rail disaster (358 killed), the Gaisal train disaster (285 killed) and the Khanna rail disaster (212 killed).
The following is an incomplete chronological List of railway accidents and incidents in India. Entries on this list should have verifiable sources to establish notability.