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The bridge collapsed on the Transsib

The bridge collapsed on the Transsib
Photo: eyewitnesses

A bridge collapsed on the Trans-Baikal Railway. The movement of trains in both directions of the Transsib has been stopped.

According to the portals of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation for the Trans-Baikal Territory and the Trans-Baikal Railway, on the Kuenga-Ukurei stretch on Friday morning, a railway bridge collapsed due to undermining due to heavy rainfall. There are no casualties.

Recovery trains and an emergency detachment from the Ministry of Emergency Situations drove to the site. Passenger train # 12 on the Samara-Vladivostok route has already been delayed. Other trains are expected to be delayed. Operational information on the movement of trains can be obtained on the website of Russian Railways in the section "Passengers" and by calling the round-the-clock telephone of the Unified Information and Service Center of Russian Railways: 8-800-775-00-00 (a call from anywhere in Russia is free).
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