Tronton That Blocks Subang Train Passage Successfully Evacuated

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Sunday, October 15 2017 - 16:00 IWST

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Ilustrasi gerbong kereta api (Fito Ist) - Cirebon - Tronton that broke down at the train crossing in Subang, West Java, has been successfully evacuated and two-way train journey is running normally.

"At 10:10 hrs, it can be evacuated and the two upstream-downstream routes can be traversed at 60 km per hour," said PT KAI Daop 3 Cirebon Public Relations Manager Krisbiyantoro through a short message received in Cirebon on Sunday (15/2017)

According to him and his officials had difficulty to evacuate the tronton, because no crane is able to lift it.

And after some help from the new officer tronton can be evacuated, initially only his head which then one path can be passed and then only around 10:10 pm all can be evacuated.

"There was a difficulty in the absence of cranes that fit the truck load," he said.

Kris added that will occur with the occurrence of the effect of queue of trains that had stopped at almost all stations of Daop region 3.

"Most effect there is a train line, especially in our region Daop 3 Cirebon," he said.

As reported earlier tronton truck carrying a crane broke down at the railway crossing precisely between Prangkapbungur station Subang regency, West Java.

"We received information on Sunday (15/10) around 01:25 hrs. Tronton cars broke down at the crossing, causing the upstream and downstream paths obstructed," he said.

As a result of these incidents dozens of trains late and stopped at several stations located in the area of ​​Daop 3 Cirebon.

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