A fire broke out in the railway yard here this evening in which two coaches of a stationary train were gutted and as many damaged, a railway official said.
A general and a sleeper coach of the Amrapali Express, which was scheduled to leave late tonight for Amritsar, was destroyed while two other coaches were damaged by the blaze.
"The fire has been brought under control. Fire brigade personnel and engineers are on the spot. An inquiry will be ordered to ascertain the cause of the fire," Additional Divisional Railway Manager, Katihar, D L Meena, said.
The fire was noticed at around 6 pm by railway personnel engaged in the yard who informed the RPF and the fire brigade was called subsequently.
By the time flames were extinguished, a general and a sleeper coach were gutted and two other coaches were badly damaged.
Railway officials said the train would run as scheduled with fresh coaches attached to it in place of the affected ones.
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