The traffic of the RER B line is interrupted, this morning (Thursday), between the stations of Denfert-Rochereau and Laplace, because of an accident that occurred yesterday. Bus substitution was in place.read also : The RER line B will be replaced
The movement of trains on this line will remain "extremely disturbed for the day on Thursday and Friday as a minimum", warned the RATP.
interconnection is also suspended at North Station Thursday. The trains will run on Thursday morning all of the 17 minutes between Denfert-Rochereau and gare du Nord train Station and with a frequency of 15 minutes between Laplace and Massy-Palaiseau, Laplace and Saint-Rémy Les-Chevreuse and between Robinson and Bourg-la-Reine.
These disturbances are the result of an accident that occurred around 19 hours yesterday evening, in the station of Denfert-Rochereau, Paris. "For a reason still under investigation in the framework of an internal investigation, a car the rear of the train out of the rail. The front of the train is stayed on the track while the other 3 cars are found riding between the ballast and another track," explained the RATP, which indicates that it is an accident "extremely rare". The incident did not hurt, precisely the RATP.
The teams, who have received this morning (Thursday) the visit of the president of the RATP came to support the officers, proceeded in the night to early interventions to lift the train, which is expected to last 24 hours.read also : The RATP set on the Grand Paris Express