Un train de marchandises attaquè à Marseille

08 2011

Un train de marchandises attaquè à Marseille

Une vingtaine de personnes ont attaquè un train de marchandises jeudi soir, dans les quartiers Nord de Marseille, en immobilisant un TER sur les voies.

View 137.6K

word 302 read time 1 minute, 30 Seconds

Cela ressemble à un scènario de western. Une vingtaine de personnes ont attaquè un train de marchandises jeudi soir, vers 21h, dans les quartiers Nord de Marseille, en immobilisant un TER sur les voies.
A la hauteur de la citè sensible du Ruisseau Mirabeau, dans le 15e arrondissement de Marseille, des poutres mètalliques et des chariots de supermarchès avaient ètè placès sur le trajet du TER qui, en s’arrètant, a bloquè un train de marchandises.

C’est ce second convoi qui ètait visè et plusieurs wagons ont ètè ouverts et des cartons dèrobès par un groupe d’une vingtaine personne.

D’après Europe 1, les personnes qui ont bloquè les voies ètaient masquèes et armèes d’une barre de fer.
Des retards de près de trois heures ont ètè enregistrès au niveau du trafic ferroviaire de marchandises sur cette partie du rèseau. En revanche l’incident n’a pas eu de consèquence sur la circulation d’autres trains de voyageurs.

Les 26 passagers du TER ont dû cheminer le long des voies sur 500 mètres jusqu’à un passage à niveau où ils ont ètè pris en charge par des taxis, une opèration qui a durè une heure et demie, selon le porte-parole de la SNCF.

“On est sur un èvènement exceptionnel, il y avait une intention manifeste de nuire, cela aurait pu avoir des consèquences bien plus graves puisque là les passagers et le conducteur n’ont pas ètè blessès“, a poursuivi le porte-parole de la SNCF, annonçant que la SNCF allait “vraisemblablement porter plainte“.

Source by Lexpress

LSNN is an independent editor which relies on reader support. We disclose the reality of the facts, after careful observations of the contents rigorously taken from direct sources, we work in the direction of freedom of expression and for human rights , in an oppressed society that struggles more and more in differentiating. Collecting contributions allows us to continue giving reliable information that takes many hours of work. LSNN is in continuous development and offers its own platform, to give space to authors, who fully exploit its potential. Your help is also needed now more than ever!

In a world, where disinformation is the main strategy, adopted to be able to act sometimes to the detriment of human rights by increasingly reducing freedom of expression , You can make a difference by helping us to keep disclosure alive. This project was born in June 1999 and has become a real mission, which we carry out with dedication and always independently "this is a fact: we have never made use of funds or contributions of any kind, we have always self-financed every single operation and dissemination project ". Give your hard-earned cash to sites or channels that change flags every time the wind blows , LSNN is proof that you don't change flags you were born for! We have seen the birth of realities that die after a few months at most after two years. Those who continue in the nurturing reality of which there is no history, in some way contribute in taking more and more freedom of expression from people who, like You , have decided and want to live in a more ethical world, in which existing is not a right to be conquered, L or it is because you already exist and were born with these rights! The ability to distinguish and decide intelligently is a fact, which allows us to continue . An important fact is the time that «LSNN takes» and it is remarkable! Countless hours in source research and control, development, security, public relations, is the foundation of our basic and day-to-day tasks. We do not schedule releases and publications, everything happens spontaneously and at all hours of the day or night, in the instant in which the single author or whoever writes or curates the contents makes them public. LSNN has made this popular project pure love, in the direction of the right of expression and always on the side of human rights. Thanks, contribute now click here this is the wallet to contribute

Similar Articles / Un train...Marseille
from: ladysilvia
by: BBC