The driver was immediately informed and the engine was decoupled, says CPRO, adding that railway traffic was not affected because of the mishap
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The engine of a passenger train caught fire in East Champaran district of Bihar on Sunday though nobody was injured in the incident, a senior railway official said.
According to East Central Railway zone's Chief Public Relations Officer Virendra Kumar, the mishap took place at around 6 am when smoke started billowing out of the engine attached to the rear of the Raxaul-Narkatiaganj passenger.u
The driver was immediately informed and the engine was decoupled, said the CPRO, adding that railway traffic was not affected because of the mishap.
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