Railway traffic resumed in Giurgiu, where two locomotives collided

Railway traffic was resumed in Giurgiu county, between Toporu and Chiriacu, at 12:25 p.m., after the locomotives involved in the railway accident from Tuesday night to Wednesday were pulled from the line.

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Railway traffic resumed in Giurgiu, where two locomotives collided

“At 12:25 p.m., the CF Toporu – Chiriacu line was reopened, and rail traffic is resumed under normal traffic conditions, without speed restrictions,” CFR SA reported.

The two locomotives belonging to private companies were hauled to Toporu and Chiriacu stations.

Several passenger trains were affected by the traffic closure.

According to CFR SA, one of the mechanics did not respect the stop signal in the area of ​​the Toporu station, ran over a locomotive and hit the other locomotive head-on, which was coming from Giurgiu.

IPJ Giurgiu reported that the two mechanics were transported to the hospital following the accident, and one of them had a blood alcohol level of 0.64 mg/l of pure alcohol in the exhaled air.

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