A train crash occurred in Odisha, India, causing many deaths and injuries. Investigators are looking into a possible signal failure as the cause. Rescue workers have finished searching for survivors and clearing the overturned train cars. They are now working to restart train services, but the tracks are still blocked. Families of the victims are facing difficulties in claiming their loved ones. The crash site is scattered with belongings and wreckage. Local residents helped rescue trapped passengers using their mobile phones as flashlights.

The exact number of casualties is still being determined, and there is growing anger over safety issues in the railway system. The government is taking action to address infrastructure problems and hold those responsible accountable. Efforts are underway to restore normalcy and provide compensation to those affected.