Train fire in India: 23 people died in a fire in a passenger train in India. A fire broke out in one of the wagons while the train operating the Nanded-Bangalore expedition was passing through the city of Anantapur. As the fire spread to the other car in a short time, the passengers tried to leave the train in panic.
In a statement made by the Indian State Railways, it was stated that most of the dead were poisoned by smoke. It was stated that 12 injured people were taken to the surrounding hospitals. Railways sözcüSü, saying that the fire may have been caused by the short circuit, announced that they started an investigation into the incident.