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“Driverless Train Accident Averted: Goods Train Stops in Hoshiarpur, No Damages Reported”

In a remarkable turn of events, a potentially catastrophic accident was narrowly avoided when a driverless goods train set off from Kathua railway station and was successfully halted at Uchi Bassi in Hoshiarpur district of Punjab. The train, carrying crusher stones, had been stationary at Kathua station when it unexpectedly began moving without a driver on board.

According to officials, the train’s operator had left the train unattended momentarily, failing to engage the hand brakes, causing the train to roll down a slope and pick up speed. Quick-thinking railway staff from Dasuya intervened by placing wooden blocks on the tracks, effectively slowing down and stopping the train at Uchi Bassi.

Fortunately, no damages or injuries were reported as a result of this incident. The Railways has initiated an investigation into the circumstances that led to the driverless train’s movement. This incident serves as a reminder of the importance of safety protocols and vigilance in railway operations to prevent potential disasters.

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