Bilecik YHT Guide Train Accident Cause; Starting from Ankara, Eskişehir Alifuatpaşa - Eskişehir Yüksel High Speed Train (YHT) line for the control of the electric guided locomotive number 68059, on the way back (Alifuatpaşa Eskişehir) Km 216 + 145'de, 06.08'de in the tunnel within the boundaries of the village of Ahmetpınar Bilecik derailer hit the wall. In the accident, the driver of the guide train Sedat Yurtsever and Recep Tunaboylu lost their lives.
Guide Train derails and hits Tunnel Walls
Bilecik Governor Bilal Senturk, the locomotive, Eskisehir and Ali Fuat train stations in Sakarya daily YHT line is a guide train that controls the morning hours, he said.
Referring to the first determinations made after the accident Senturk, said: “Eskisehir Ali Fuatpasa stops every day routinely check the high-speed train line, 30 kilometers per hour to go a little faster to go out of control, before the tunnel between the two walls behind the tunnel 200 meters in the accident occurred by dragging. Unfortunately, two of our locomotives have passed away. AFAD, our gendarmerie, our high-speed train team took our bodies out of the tunnel and delivered them to their families in Eskişehir. We wish God's mercy to our machinists Sedat Yurtsever and Recep Tunaboylu who lost their lives in the accident.
Governor: Machinists Did Not Comply with Speed Limits!
Governor Senturk, the question of why the accident occurred, “After the examination of the black box of the train will be the cause of the accident. Although technically unclear, we think it entered the tunnel a little faster. When the black box is found, the cause of the accident will be revealed as a result of the necessary technical investigations. Speed seems a bit fast, but the cause of the crash in the black box will be exactly revealed. After the necessary technical investigations will be made more detailed explanations will be made. ”
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What is Guide Train?
According to the definition of TCDD, tren As an additional safety and security measure, the train operated without passengers on the line before the start of the first commercial voyage. ”