The remains of the crashed trains are scattered at The Bahanaga Bazar station in Odisha.

Bahanaga Market (Odisha):

Five days after the horrific train accident near Odisha's Bahanaga Bazar station, activities are heading towards normalcy, where some passengers are coming and common people are also coming to see this small station. Even after the scorching heat, people are reaching the spot with mobile cameras in their hands to see the remains of the crashed trains.

Railway authorities have covered the accident site with green cloth, but the crashed coaches parked along the tracks can be easily seen.

Ashok Behera, who reached the accident site along with his wife, said, "I have come here from Bhubaneswar. Ashok's wife Rupa said, "May God bless the injured soon."

Like Ashok and Rupa, Arjun Jena, a Class 12 student from Balasore, also reached the spot along with his friends. "I shudder at the thought of what the victims of the train accident must have gone through. I don't suspect any foul play, but every aspect should be looked into during the investigation," he said.

Relatives of those missing so far after the accident have been coming to this station before going to hospitals and morgues in Balasore, Bhubaneswar and Cuttack in search of them.

Krishna Das, a resident of Paschim Medinipur in West Bengal, said, "I was going in a train with my brother. After the accident, I managed to get out of the train but was seriously injured. After coming out of the train, I kept calling my brother, but there was no response. I then fell unconscious and woke up in the morning at a hospital in Balasore," he said.

"Four days have passed and I have visited almost all the hospitals in Balasore, Bhubaneswar and Cuttack in the last three days but it has not been traced," he told reporters.

Meanwhile, a team of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has reached Bahanaga to probe the accident.

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