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Bird hits overhead wires; delays Mumbai Metro trains by half an hour

Within the one week of its start the Metro rail has caused lot of trouble to the commuters.

Saturday evening was chaotic for Metro officials as a bird hit one of the overhead wires at Marol station, causing trains to ply late by more than half an hour.

 Mumbai Metro

According to the MMOPL (Mumbai Metro One Private Limited) officials a bird hit had occurred at the Marol station towards Ghatkopar and there was a sparkle that was noticed at the overhead wires and rains hence as a precautionary measure the services were hit for more than half an hour on both sides.

Some passengers had to get off at Sakinaka stations and had to take the roadways to reach their destinations on time.

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