Electric line near Purnia court falls into a train, yet no accidents occur in Bihar.

Hatia-Purnia Kosi Express (18626) loco pilot used an emergency brake to keep train from becoming entangled in live, cracked electric wires . Train had left Saharsa about 10 p.m.

PATNA (Purnia): On Wednesday night, a major disaster was wiped out when the Hatia-Purnia Kosi Express (18626) loco pilot used an emergency brake to keep the train from becoming entangled in live, cracked overhead electric wires near Purnia court.The train had left Saharsa about 10 p.m. on Wednesday, according to a Samastipur division railway official.However, when it was approaching Kirtyananad Nagar station at 12.45 a.m. at a speed of 100 kilometers per hour, the loco pilot, Pinku Choudhary, and assistant loco pilot, Brajesh Kumar, noticed wires hanging over the tracks.The train was only 7 kilometers away from Purnia court station.

As the wires were completed, sparkles sparked people's bemusement.From 12.45 to 3.45 a.m., trains on the route remained on hold.While the Mahnari-Jayanagar Janki Express was delayed for about three hours at Purnia court station, some other passenger trains remained stranded at other stations for hours.The locomotive made a loud boom when it came in contact with the live wires, according to eyewitnesses.