The Traffic Trouble in the Railway Station Becomes a Property

The traffic troubles in the train station cost a little. The train crossing between the train station and the state hospital in Manisa, the passage of trains and traffic jams due to the closure of the road during the changes in the troubles, drives the drivers.
In the level crossing between the train station and the state hospital in Manisa, traffic jams caused by the closure of the road during the passage of the trains and the truss changes make the drivers frustrated. An ambulance waiting on the level crossing by stealing the sirens could not enter the hospital for a long time.
Traffic ordeal continues at the level crossing between the train station that has become the bleeding wound of Manisa for years and Manisa State Hospital. Due to a freight train trying to make a change of scissors in the train station in the evening, long lines occurred on Halil Erdoğan Street. Some vehicle owners stopped their engines due to the long shear change, while some drivers maneuvered back and tried to go to their destination from different routes. Reacting to the situation, the drivers asked the authorities to deal with this problem as soon as possible.
An ambulance waiting in the queue due to the road closing at the level crossing also waited a long time to enter the Manisa State Hospital. The driver of the ambulance, who stole the sirens, asked for help from the train station staff. The authorities took the ambulance to the first place, and after the train passed, he removed the ambulance as soon as he removed the tantan. The long waiting ambulance barely entered the hospital. The traffic jam at the level crossing, which opened to traffic at intervals, lasted about 30 minutes. Citizens who witnessed the situation also stated that Manisa State Hospital is very close to the train station, and that in any emergency, ambulances have difficulty entering the hospital. Citizens asked the authorities to hear their voices as soon as possible to avoid undesirable situations.

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