Seven people, including children, have been killed after two coaches of the Doon Express today caught fire in the wee hours near Giridih district in Jharkhand, India. The fire broke out around 3 am in the AC 3-tier coach B1 and later spread to B2, when the train was passing through Nimiaghat station in the district, Divisional Railway Manager (Dhanbad Division) Sudhir Kumar said. It was on its way from Howrah to Dehradun. Top officials of the Dhanbad division of the Railways have rushed to the spot. A relief train and ambulance have also been sent to the spot, he said. Catering arrangements have also been made for the stranded passengers. The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained and an inquiry has been ordered by the Commissioner Railway Safety (CRS), the spokesman said. According to railway officials, one of the deceased has been identified as Archita Kumari who hailed from Asansol in West Bengal.