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250 travelers on board: ICE evacuated in Franconia due to gas leak

2024-02-26T20:12:38.666Z

Highlights: 250 travelers on board: ICE evacuated in Franconia due to gas leak. As of: February 26, 2024, 9:05 p.m By: Katarina Amtmann CommentsPressSplit An ICE was evacuated in Bavaria (archive photo). © Marijan Murat/dpa +++ dpa-Bildfunk +++ There was an alarm on board an ICE on Saturday. The travelers were evacuated at Siegelsdorf train station in MiddleFranconia.



As of: February 26, 2024, 9:05 p.m

By: Katarina Amtmann

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An ICE was evacuated in Bavaria (archive photo).

© Marijan Murat/dpa +++ dpa-Bildfunk +++

There was an alarm on board an ICE on Saturday.

The travelers were evacuated at Siegelsdorf train station in Middle Franconia.

Siegelsdorf - A Deutsche Bahn ICE train was evacuated in Middle Franconia due to a gas leak.

The train with around 250 passengers on board came to a standstill at Siegelsdorf station after an alarm, according to a federal police spokeswoman on Monday, February 26th.

Saturday's incident was caused by an improperly replaced CO2 cylinder in the onboard restaurant.

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Siegelsdorf in Veitsbronn: ICE evacuated due to gas leak

A large fire brigade was sent to the train station in a district of Veitsbronn in the Fürth district.

After about an hour, the passengers were able to continue their journey.

There were no injuries.

Various media had previously reported on it.

(came/dpa)

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