Eurotunnel train stopped in Channel Tunnel by power fault [BBC News]





Date: 07/07/2014

Hundreds of passengers have had to be evacuated from a broken-down train in the Channel Tunnel in an incident which has led to long delays to travellers. The 06:20 BST train from Folkestone, carrying 382 people, stopped about a quarter of the way to France. The 382 passengers were evacuated and taken on to the French terminal.


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Eurotunnel train stopped in Channel Tunnel by power fault - BBC News
Evacuated Eurotunnel passengers in the tunnel

BBC News

A Eurotunnel train stops in the Channel Tunnel because of a power fault, leaving hundreds of passengers needing to be evacuated from the train and causing lengthy delays.

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