Exclusive Stringer Dispatch: Indian social workers prepare supplies for train crash survivors
Updated 20:04, 04-Jun-2023
Global Stringer

The horrific collision of two passenger trains in the eastern Indian state of Odisha on June 2 killed 288 people, with 803 others reportedly injured in the country's deadliest rail accident in more than 20 years, officials said.

CGTN stringer interviewed Dhiren, a social worker in Cuttack to talk about his experience after the accident happened. He said they are managing food, clothes and blood for the survivors, and are supporting them with essentials.

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