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Several journalists who work at offices in the Elphinstone-Lower Parel area had also tweeted in the past tagging the then Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu reminding him of the need to widen the footbridge.While me, @rajtoday, @Santosh_Andhale & @Kailash Babar ET kept on yelling yabout a disaster awaiting at Parel bridge, 3-died in stampede today pic.twitter.com/XAWk CD6Ng S — Varun Singh (@singhvarun) September 29, 2017 Pre-rush hour Parel station.
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According to data journalism website India Spend, more than 2.2 mn travel in peak direction on Mumbai locals between 7am & 11.30am or between 4pm & 8.30pm.
He said that despite the “adverse effects of the global slowdown”, 12 m wide new FOB connecting Western Railway and Central Railway is under their positive consideration.
While Mumbai commuters have been travelling like cattle since last several decades, an unexpected spell of rain that caused people to throng to the bridge was a perfect storm for the tragedy to unfold.
Could the horrific tragedy at Mumbai’s Elphinstone Road station have been averted?
Hours after at least 22 people died in a stampede on the overbridge connecting Elphinstone and Parel stations, several citizens took to Twitter retrieving old tweets warning the railways about a possible stampede.
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