High speed sight derails in Dortmund, disrupting transport for days

The high speed ICE sight was on a approach from Düsseldorf to Berlin when a dual behind carriages sprung from a marks shortly before it arrived in Dortmund executive station.

The collision left dual people injured, with one being brought to hospital, the Ruhr Nachrichten reports.

On Monday dusk a whole executive hire was sealed down, as investigators changed in to demeanour for clues as to a means of a crash. No initial matter has been given on what led to a derailment.

By Tuesday a stricken train, that was badly shop-worn by a accident, still lay semi-derailed in front of a station. Deutsche Bahn (DB) will move in cranes in a march of a day to try to set it behind on a tracks.

Serious repairs to a marks also means that informal sight trade along a line will be disrupted for several days, DB has confirmed.

With half of a executive hire still sealed on Tuesday, DB has supposing deputy stops in Gelsenkirchen and Herne, as good as a deputy train use between a executive hire and Herdecke.

Meanwhile, routes between Dortmund and Bochum, and Dortmund and Witten, have belligerent to a finish hindrance due to a accident.

The latest information on delays can be found on a Deutsche Bahn website.

Article source: https://www.thelocal.de/20170502/high-speed-train-derails-in-dortmund-disrupting-travel-for-days