Rail traffic was interrupted this Friday morning at Thionville station. A dangerous material leak was announced on a freight train, but ultimately false alarm.

The incident occurred around 5 a.m. Train traffic was interrupted at Thionville station. SNCF announces a gradual resumption of traffic from 7:30 am.

SNCF initially spoke of a dangerous material leak on a freight train at Thionville station. The firefighters intervened but finally the whistles heard did not come from a leak but from braking tests on another train. Their intervention ended around 7:10 a.m.

This is the opportunity to activate the carpooling solution with the keyword on Twitter #CovoitMetzLux. Otherwise, replacement coaches were mobilized and maintained until the full restoration of rail traffic.

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