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Odisha Train Accident Death List

On June 4, the Odisha government put the death toll at 275, lower than the 288 declared on June 3, saying that some bodies had been counted twice. Relatives of train accident victims react as they sit in an autorickshaw outside a temporary mortuary in Balasore district, Odisha on June 4, 2023. The double count had taken place due to a flurry of activities and a stressed environment. Out of 275 bodies, 88 bodies have been identified and handed over to their relatives. Of the rest, 187 bodies, 170 bodies have been shifted to Bhubaneswar.

Railways Department released three online links with photos of those killed and lists of passengers admitted to different hospitals in order to help the families find their kin affected by the triple train accident in Balasore. In order to facilitate the families of those who are still unaware about the whereabouts of their relatives in the triple train accident in Bahanaga, Odisha, Indian Railways with the support of the Odisha government has taken an initiative to locate them,” said an official statement released by the Railways.

Odisha Train Accident Death List

Though Union Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw declared that the rescue operation was over on Saturday, body parts continued to be discovered amidst the debris. On Sunday, five mutilated bodies were retrieved from under the wrecked coaches of the Coromandel Express and the Yeshwantpur-Howrah Express, which were being cleared from the track so that restoration work can begin.

Emotional relatives refused to leave the accident site without their loved ones. The fetid smell of decomposing and dismembered bodies at the Bahanaga High School — where the remains are being kept after retrieval from the accident site — did not prevent 25-year-old Mithun Kumar from attempting to remove the white cloth covering the five bodies found on Sunday. A resident of Sonadiha village of Bihar’s Purnia district, Mr. Kumar was seeking the remains of his 22-year-old brother Lalit Kumar, but his determination was fast turning into despair.

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