yesterday, collided two) outside of Helsingborg station. In one of the train was approximately 150 people, of which several passengers were injured slightly.
the two trains left and blocking traffic on the two tracks. The Dmv recommends travelers to contact their train company to get information about what applies in this morning's traffic.
"There will probably be more passengers on the trains because you have reduced the number of trains, but most trains can pass," says Deisy Lundin, presskommunikatör.Image 1 of 2 Photo: Andreas Hillergren/TT Slide 2 of 2 Two) collided at Helsingborg station on Thursday. Photo: Andreas Hillergren/TT Slideshow
According to Deisy Lundin will transport administration staff to try to get off trains when the rush hour is over at nine o'clock on Friday morning.
- If the tracks are not damaged is expected to open the tracks and let the trains roll at twelve o'clock, " she says.
the Swedish transport administration and the company that owns the järnvägsloken, Transdeb, has started a separate investigation after the accident. Kenneth Fridolin, the head of the Swedish transport administration trafikledningsområde the South, would not comment on whether it is a person who has done wrong or if there is a technical fault which is behind the accident. However, he confirms that the trains tried to get in on the same track.
"We'll have to wait and see what the investigations come up to before we comment on how it went," he says.
At twelve, the trains are not moved because you have managed to find a hjulskada, which complicates the work. The Swedish transport administration's press office expected that the trains would be moved until noon which was later postponed to three o'clock.
"We have managed to move on the trains, but before we get started the slots for the traffic, we want to check that the course is not broken, we dare not promise a time, but preliminary 18: 00, should the tracks be up and running again," says Kenneth Fridolin.
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