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Power Outage on Highspeed Train, Unbearable Cold Night for Passengers

According to the Southern Metropolis Daily, on February 3rd, in the early morning, many passengers reported online that train D630 was suspended midway, and despite waiting for several hours, it did not resume.

This incident gained attention, and on the same morning, a passenger informed the reporter that around 8:30 am on the 3rd, the train resumed its journey. In addition, the official Weibo account of “Wuhan Railway” stated that due to the impact of low-temperature rain, snow, and icy weather, a power supply failure occurred on the Han-Yi Line from Hanchuan to Dafu section in the early morning of the 3rd, affecting multiple trains, including D630, causing delays.

The report noted that many netizens posted late at night stating that train D630 was halted midway, and people were stranded on the train. Some mentioned a power outage on the train, with one user stating, “The train was stranded from midnight until after 7 am, and people on board were almost freezing.”

Another netizen mentioned being “stranded overnight due to a power outage.” According to some users, the train was supposed to arrive at Hankou station on the evening of the 2nd.

Around 6 am on February 3rd, the official Weibo account of “Wuhan Railway” issued a notice, stating that due to the impact of low-temperature rain, snow, and icy weather, a power supply failure occurred on the Han-Yi Line from Hanchuan to Dafu section in the early morning of the 3rd, affecting several trains including D5788, D5998, D630, D9340, D5986, causing delays.

After the railway department’s emergency repairs, the transportation order is gradually returning to normal.

Around 9 am, the official Weibo account of “Wuhan Railway” issued another announcement, stating that the power outage caused by ice accumulation on the catenary occurred in the Hanchuan to Dafu section of the Han-Yi Line on the early morning of February 3rd.

After emergency repairs by the railway department, the operation was restored at 8:41 am, and the train order is gradually recovering. The railway department expressed deep apologies for the inconvenience caused to passengers.

On the same morning, a stranded passenger informed the Southern Metropolis Daily reporter that around 8:30 am, the D630 train resumed its journey. Several netizens also informed the reporter that the train has now arrived at Hankou station.

Editor: Don Hills

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