There was a train from Larissa to Thessaloniki – “A bus driver came and picked us up, others took a taxi”

Faced with an unbelievable suffering, passengers of various trains were immobilized on Thursday afternoon, after the strong winds that occurred and resulted in several falling trees.

Specifically, TRAINOSE route from Larissa to Thessaloniki that started at 17:00 and stopped at 18:30 at the station in Platy in the prefecture of Imathia.

According to the testimony of a passenger, there were several trains that “stayed” in Platy but also in various intermediate areas of the route. “A bus driver picked us up at 19:30 because he saw the fallen trees and went and waited outside OSE, until the stationmaster called him. We are experiencing an incredible suffering, we have not yet arrived in Thessaloniki “he reports to ThessToday.gr.

As he adds, the passengers will receive compensation, while many were forced to take a taxi from Platy to Thessaloniki, in order to catch their jobs. “A man lost his flight because of the incident to Germany. Unbelievable things. “

It is noted that similar problems occurred on a route from Athens to Thessaloniki that started at 15:00 and stopped at the station of Katerini, as the bad weather caused problems with the electricity supply of the network.

Source: thesstoday.gr


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