Passengers from Eurostar, the company responsible for crossing the tunnel linking France and England under the English Channel, were forced to change carriages mid-journey on Tuesday (23) night, leaving them on foot in emergency tunnels. Some passengers felt sick and one woman had a panic attack France info.
It’s a trip “passengers won’t soon forget.” Tourists and travelers on the Channel Tunnel between France and England On Tuesday night (23rd) the service had to be evacuated through the tunnel. The incident was triggered by a “security alarm on the train”, said John Keefe, director of public affairs at Ketlink Group, which operates the Channel Tunnel, causing the clock to go down.
“The service tunnel was horrible. It was like a horror movie,” Sarah Fellows, 37, of Birmingham, told the Associated Press. “One woman was crying in the tunnel, another was panicking.” Photos and videos posted on social media show commuters walking through a tunnel, some with their belongings or even their dogs.
Back to normal
“This incident has led to a controlled and controlled stop. As a precaution, for your safety and convenience, we have transferred passengers to a bus through the service tunnel,” John Keefe continued.
Although the operation caused significant delays, the operators assured that there would be no threat to the safety of passengers. It has been reported that the service has returned to normal on Wednesday (24) morning France info.
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