Commuter jumps on Delhi Metro tracks on Red Line; disruption of services between Shahdara and Dilshad Garden stations

Services between Shahdara and Dilshad Garden stations of Delhi Metro were briefly disrupted due to the incident

Press Trust of India February 21, 2019 12:13:17 IST
Commuter jumps on Delhi Metro tracks on Red Line; disruption of services between Shahdara and Dilshad Garden stations
  • The injured person was taken off the track and sent to the nearest hospital

  • Services between Shahdara and Dilshad Garden stations were briefly disrupted

  • Police is investigating the case

New Delhi: A commuter on Thursday morning jumped on tracks of the Delhi Metro's Red Line, leading to disruption of services between Shahdara and Dilshad Garden stations, officials said.

Commuter jumps on Delhi Metro tracks on Red Line disruption of services between Shahdara and Dilshad Garden stations

Representational image. PTI

"The injured person was taken off the track and sent to the nearest hospital. We don't know about his condition as of now," a DMRC official said.

Services between Shahdara and Dilshad Garden stations were briefly disrupted due to the incident. "Normal services have been restored," he said, adding, police is investigating the case.

Further details are awaited.

 

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