He entered the metro station with his car and locked the traffic: a Belgian citizen entered the metro station with his Range Rover brand car. Metro traffic was paralyzed when the wheels of his car got stuck between the rails. Voyages 3,4 and 51 were stopped on Monday evening. In a statement made by Brussels Public Transport Company (Stib), it was announced that the flights were reopened as of Tuesday morning.
An interesting incident took place in Brussels on Monday evening. An unknown citizen, whose car was not known how he got into the subway station, continued to travel on the rails for a while and got stuck between the Midi and Porte de Hal stations. In addition to this interesting event, the driver's attitude after the wheels got stuck was quite interesting. The driver, who did not get out of his car for a long time, could be taken out of his car with the arrival of the police. It is not yet known why the citizen attempts such an action.
“It will cost a lot”
Brussels Public Transport Company (Stib) Press SözcüGuy Sablon, who shared that no one was injured in the incident, said the citizen who took the action could get very high penalties. Stating that the penalties commensurate with the time the expeditions are blocked, Sablon said that this action would "cost too much" to the concerned citizen.
Günceleme: 29/11/2018 20:41