On the day of the derailment of a train on the Delhi-Nagarjuna Express (NDEX) line, police officers were preparing to send an officer on an official training trip.
A trainee was sent to the spot.
The incident took place at around 8:30 am.
The train had stopped at a crossing in Prahladar, about 25 km from the place where the derailments occurred.
Police said a trainee, who had been working at the crossing, had called for a transfer from the train to the NDEX.
He told them he was on his way to work, and the officer called his name.
“He said, ‘Hey, how you doing?’
And I said, I’m good.
He said, that’s good, and we’ll go ahead,” said Suresh, the trainee who works at the train crossing.
The officer had then told the trainees to take a walk.
As soon as he saw the two young men, he decided to get the two back to their place, which was in the company of a couple of people.
The couple who were travelling on the NDRE were shocked when they saw what had happened.
“It was a shock.
We had no idea that we would be caught in such a tragedy,” said Praveen, the father of one of the train passengers.
The passengers were picked up from the spot at around 7:00 am.
They were taken to Prahath Nagar police station where they were questioned by the police, who took the train.
Police officials said the police would be investigating the incident.
A video showing the interaction between the trainers was released on YouTube by NDTV channel.
Police officer (P) Rakesh Sharma, who was part of the police team that was at the spot, said, “We did everything we could.
There were many things that we could do to prevent such a situation.
We will do all that we can to make sure they get the medical treatment they need,” he said.”
Our hearts go out to the families of the injured and the families who were hurt.
We will do all that we can to make sure they get the medical treatment they need,” he said.