New Delhi, Dec 8: Metro services on Blue Line, connecting Delhi's Dwarka to Vaishali and Noida areas of Uttar Pradesh, were affected on Thursday after smoke was noticed coming out of a train, said officials.
The incident took place at Patel Nagar metro station at 4 p.m. when some passengers on the platform noticed smoke billowing out of the Dwarka-Vaishali train.
According to fire officials, all the passengers were immediately evacuated and four fire tenders were rushed to the spot.
Delhi: Smoke emits from a stationary metro train at Patel Nagar station. Train has been evacuated. pic.twitter.com/TKJ1OK2pQD— ANI (@ANI_news) December 8, 2016