Travellers stuck on train for six hours in Sweden



Travellers stuck on train for six hours in Sweden
File photo of passengers on board another train. Photo: Marcus Ericsson/TT

Travellers stuck on train for six hours in Sweden



The train pulled to a halt just an hour after leaving Stockholm's central station on its way south, reported the TT newswire.
"The train did not get any power," Christer Lundin, a spokesperson for state-owned SJ, which operates Sweden's railways, told TT about the reason for the halt.
The journey to Malmö normally takes between four and five hours, but six hours later passengers on board were still waiting to start rolling again.
Train travellers told the news agency that they had not been given any food or water during the long wait. But Lundin denied the claims.
"While they waited there was water and something to eat, it's standard for us to offer that," he said.
According to SJ's website at 4pm, the train which was supposed to have arrived in Malmö shortly before noon was instead due at 7pm.
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