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Published on Oct 26, 2009
The Kadalundi River rail disaster was one of the biggest accidents on the Indian railway network in 2001. On 21 July, the Mangalore Mail commuter train heading for Chennai was crossing the Kadalundi River in the state of Kerala near Calicut on Bridge 924, when four carriages derailed and fell into the river.