The report is harsh and worrying. In a confidential document, which the Parisian has obtained, the direction of labor (Drieets) castigates Gares & Connexions, the subsidiary of the SNCF, because of its inaction to limit the health risks related to the presence of lead. And the alert is not trivial. It concerns the majority of major Parisian stations: Austerlitz, Nord, Lyon and Saint-Lazare stations. With little impact for users, who only pass through these stations, this presence of lead would however be dangerous for SNCF agents and its service providers exposed to the greatest risks.
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