Train derailment At Padidan railway station suspends rail traffic

On Saturday, three coaches of the Allama Iqbal Express, a train that runs between Karachi and Sialkot, derailed in Pakistan close to Padidan Railway Station, suspending traffic on the impacted railway route.

Samaa English, a local Pakistani website, said that no recorded casualties or injuries had occurred among the passengers or crew on board.

Quickly after being called, emergency responders arrived to evaluate the situation. It was yet unknown what caused the derailment.

The railway administration’s representatives stated that work was being done to remove the rails and restore them so that they were safe for use.

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