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    Passengers on the Secunderabad-Agartala Express train got off at Berhampur railway station on Tuesday because they saw smoke in one of the AC coaches. This happened after a train accident in Balasore, so people were nervous. The smoke came from the electric parts of the B5 AC coach. The passengers left the train and asked for a different coach.

    The East Coast Railway (ECoR) said that there was a small electrical problem in coach B-5 of Train No. 07030 Secunderabad-Agartala Express near Berhampur station. The staff fixed it right away.

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