TCDD General Directorate In Çorlu, 24 prepared a report on the train crash that killed a person. Studies were started in line with the prepared report.
The first findings of the TCDD General Directorate on the train wreck that killed the 24 in Tekirdağ. According to the report, there was no such flood in 150 for years. The Directorate-General has launched a new study under the light of the report.
Habertürk Newspaper Olcay Aydilek, according to the passenger train, Uzunköprü-Halkalı air, 8 July, Tekirdag's Corlu district of the bottom of the slopes of the soil under the rails after the accident as a result of the discharge. 5 was killed and the 24 was killed.
The Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD), has prepared a report on the accident that 24 people lost their lives in Tekirdağ.
According to observations, the hour before the accident between 14.25 and 14.54 rained 27.4 kilograms per square meter. The rain turned into a flood. The flood took the soil and ballast at a height of one meter between the culvert and the rail, and the width of the 10 meter. The rails are completely empty. Sel, ray and sleepers did not cause any problems. The rails were copplex, the signal system that would surround the railway infrastructure as a net would give a warning. According to the General Directorate of Turkish State Railways (TCDD), there has not been such a flood in 150 in the region. Therefore, the region was not within the ”risky area Bu.
WANTED OIL PREDICTIONS FROM DSI AND METEOROLOGY
TCDD took an important step by taking into account the drastic changes in climate and precipitation regime after the accident. General Directorate of State Hydraulic Works (DSI) and Meteorology were contacted. Short and medium term projections, water flows and estimations for precipitation regime were requested.
In the light of these data, all the railway infrastructure including the vents in the country will be put on the table outside the routine maintenance. In the regions deemed necessary, the infrastructure will be further strengthened.