torn roofs and felled trees. A tree fell on two children / Rail traffic affected

The effects of the storm in Dej, Cluj County: material damage

According to ISU Cluj, 11 fire crews from five subunits of ISU Cluj intervene at the requests from the citizens of Dej, as well as from Bonţida Iclod, Mica, Căşeiu, Apahida, Cuzdrioara, Mintiu, Gherlii Gherla, Sic and Petea.

There were roofs or construction elements knocked down by the strong wind, as well as fallen trees.

Also, the electricity distribution network was affected, and for the restoration of which teams of the utility provider intervene in the field.

There were no injuries.

A tree fell on two children in Mureş

According to ISU Mureş, a tree fell on two children, in Lunca Bradului commune, Valea Ilvei area.

The military firefighters from the Deda Work Point, Salvamont Mureş, SMURD Deda and two ambulances of SAJ Mureş intervene. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

Another tree fell on a car in the city of Sovata.

Mureş County is under Code orange until 21:30, being targeted wind intensifications that will exceed 70 km / h gust, storm, frequent electric discharges, hail, showers that will accumulate locally over 20 … 25 l / mp.

Affected railway traffic in Cluj

The National Railway Company CFR SA transmitted, on Saturday evening, that the train traffic between Iclod and Bonţida stations, railway segment located within the CF Cluj Regional, will be made with Diesel traction, on line II, after a poplar collapsed in the gauge path, broke the high voltage line and the support pole of the contact wire, corresponding to the first traffic wire.

The intervention teams of SRCF CLUJ will act with their own personnel for cutting, removing the tree and releasing the railway lines, on both wires, and with two pantograph trusses the necessary works will be carried out for the replacement of the high voltage wire and the support pole. on wire I.

Due to these damages, registered to the power supply system, four passenger trains (IR 15836, R 4095, R 4010 and IR 1831) that will transit the area, will run with Diesel traction, so as to ensure continuity in rail traffic.

The necessary interventions for the power supply system will be carried out on wire I, and the trains will be redirected on wire 2, with Diesel traction.

Train traffic, also affected in Brasov

CFR SA transmitted, on Saturday evening, that the train traffic on the railway segment Deda – Deda Bistra – Răstoliţa – Lunca Bradului is temporarily stopped, after several trees fell on the railway.

Thus, the 367-2 train that transits the Deda – Deda Bistra station interval will be withdrawn in the Deda station, in order to ensure the access of the pantograph trolley, with which it will act for cutting, removing the trees and releasing the gauge, CFR SA announces.

„The intervention teams of SRCF Braşov will act with 2 pantograph trolleys, guided from Deda and Răstoliţa stations, respectively, to release the gauge, check the contact line and remedy any disturbances found in the power supply system. Also, the lack of voltage in the contact line is signaled at this time between the stations Deda – Monor Gledin (towards Cluj), a simple line, due to a fallen tree on the railway, in the area of ​​Râpa de Jos station. The pantogtaf trolley was guided from Sărăţel station, to enter the station range and release the gauge. 2 passenger trains (IR 1944 and R 4146) were temporarily stopped at Râpa de Jos and Sieu stations, to ensure the intervention of the pantograph trolley ”, says Oana Brânzan, the spokesperson of CFR SA.

According to her, in order to ensure the continuity of the railway traffic in the affected areas, Diesel locomotives were also sent, which will double the trains, in case the electricity supply system cannot be re-energized.

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