Germany: A ship rammed a railway bridge near Oldenburg

A cargo ship rammed a railway bridge, passing along the navigable river Junta, near Oldenburg. This was reported by NDR 1 in Lower Saxony. According to police, the hull of the ship was significantly damaged. None of the people were hurt. The cause of the collision that occurred late on Thursday, is still unclear.

Train traffic between Oldenburg and Bremen was temporarily blocked. Travelers had to change buses. On the morning of July 3, a collision still affects the RE 18 Northwest Railway. Trains run with limited space. Train traffic on Deutsche Bahn returned to normal.

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