Passengers of the Eurostar company responsible for crossing the tunnel connecting France and England under the English Channel were forced to change carriages on Tuesday night (23), which traveled on foot in emergency tunnels. Some passengers felt ill, and one woman reported having a panic attack France info.
It was a trip “passengers will not soon forget”. Travelers and travelers in the Channel Tunnel between France and England On Tuesday night (23rd) we had to evacuate through the service tunnel. John Keefe, director of public affairs for the Getlink Group, which operates the Channel Tunnel, said the incident was caused by a “security alarm on the railcar”, which caused several hours of disruption.
“The service tunnel was scary. It was like a horror movie,” Sarah Fellows, 37, of Birmingham, told the AP news agency. “There was a woman crying in the tunnel, another panicking.” Photos and videos posted on social media show passengers walking through a tunnel, some with their belongings or even their dogs.
Back to normal
“The incident led to a controlled and controlled stop. As a precautionary measure, for your safety and convenience, we have moved passengers onto the bus via the service tunnel,” John Keefe continued.
The operators ensured that the safety of the passengers was never threatened even if the operation caused significant delays. By Wednesday (24) morning, the service was back to normal France info.
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