Hand door pinched: passenger running train

In the railway station of Bern at the beginning of March, SBB-passenger his Hand in a closing train door send trapped. He then ran, according to the train compa

Hand door pinched: passenger running train

In the railway station of Bern at the beginning of March, SBB-passenger his Hand in a closing train door send trapped. He then ran, according to the train company about 45 meters with the launching train, before he could release his Finger from the door. The man suffered a bruise on the fingers.

The incident had made, SBB boss Andreas Meyer at the balance sheet media conference on Tuesday in public. On the Details of the case, the Internet portal "Watson first reported". The incident occurred on may 1. March announced shortly after 1 o'clock in the morning in the train station of Berne, such as an SBB spokesman on request.

A traveller wanted to enter, therefore, into the Intercity to Interlaken, after the crew of the train had cleared the train already. The man tried closing the door with the Hand stop. His fingers were pinched.

As the train was in motion, ran the traveler is reported to be around 45 meters next to the train. Finally, he was able to pull his Finger out of the closed door.

Whether the anti-pinch the one-storey Euro city-car, has failed, is not clear. The SBB would regret the incident and have immediately launched an investigation, said the spokesman. The Swiss safety investigation Board (Saib) and the Federal office for transport (BAV) had been informed.

at the beginning of August 2019, a train of the SBB was in an accident with a defective car door killed. The 54-Year-old was trapped in the train station of Baden AG on the platform of a car door and the miles dragged. Later it turned out that the pinch protection system had failed. The SBB re-examined in the sequence 1832 doors on 458 car and met with 69 doors to security flaws. Moreover, the rail to fit companies the instructions for the train crew at the time of handing over trains. (Dec/sda)

Created: 10.03.2020, 21:29 PM

Updated Date: 11 March 2020, 09:01

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