Traffic affected for 70 mins after a short section of the King Circle Railway bridge got dislocated

On February 27 around 7.30 in the morning after a short section of the King Circle Railway bridge in Mumbai got dislocated due to which the vehicular movement on this route was affected badly. As this incident took place during the peak hours of the day commuters faced many issues in commuting through the road. Motorists travelling towards Dadar were badly stuck in the traffic as the traffic movement was very slow on this route.
According to the sources, a vehicle rammed into the heigh-barrier installed below the King Circle Railway bridge. Fortunately, there was no casualty reported in this incident.
A car had dashed the barrier due to which a short section of the King Circle Railway bridge got dislocated, sources further revealed.
Later on, with the help of a crane, the iron barrier which was blocking the traffic was removed.
The traffic snarls were reported between Sion and Dadar route. The motorists travelling on this route had a tough time as it took them almost 70 minutes to cross over.
Police officials have seized the car and investigation is underway.
The analysts at CyberTech Risk Center generated constant alerts on this incident with moderate impact. This helped their clients take alternative travel routes to maintain continuity in business. The analysts closely monitored the situation providing its clients with timely alerts about the same which helped them take business continuity measures and ensure employee safety in time. We at Cybertech’s Risk Center cover Maritime Incident, Motor Vehicle Accident, Public Transportation Disruption, Roadway Closure, Train Accident and Train Derailment under the ‘Transportation’ category at Pan India label.

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