Video of fire in the moving train in America: People surrounded by flames saved their lives by jumping from the window, 200 passengers were aboard
July 22nd 2022, 11:27 am
The moving train caught fire in Boston, USA. As soon as the news came, there was chaos among the passengers. Many started jumping from the windows of the train, while one person jumped into the river down. There were about 200 passengers in the train at the time of the incident. According to CBS News Boston, the train was passing through the bridge over the Mystic River. Then his engine caught fire. This train was going to Somarville. A video of this incident has also surfaced. In the video, people can be seen saving their lives. This incident is on Thursday. However, after the video went viral, the news came on Friday. A woman passenger heard the sound of the Dhamke- I was very scared. We did not know what was happening. It turned out that there was a fire. The doors of the train were closed. People were coming out of the emergency window to save their lives. Some people jumped into the river itself. In a short time, the burn of burning started to burn. Then for a few moments, smoke started appearing in front of the eyes. After this, the sound of some blasts was heard due to which we all got scared badly. I saw flames in the train. I felt that we were going to die after getting stuck there. It was very terrible. No casualties were not of Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA). Its manager Steve Pofak said- It is feared that this fire broke out due to contact with the metal sheet of electricity under the train. Electricity supply was stopped after the accident. After this, the train was brought to the Rail Yard for examination. How the fire started is being investigated. He said that there were no casualties in the accident. The Safety System of Boston Metro raises questions on the Boston Metro Safety System. In April, one person was killed after dragging a station on a platform. His hand was stuck in the train door. At the same time, 9 people were injured due to the malfunction of a station escalator in September. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.