Traffic was interrupted on part of the RER B and RER D between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. on Tuesday evening.
A complicated evening for RER B and RER D users, this Tuesday in Paris. Two RER trains – one from line D and one from line B – were blocked in a tunnel between Gare du Nord and Châtelet between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. due to people on the tracks who prevented the restarting of trains. trains.
The RATP decided to proceed with the evacuation of the people who were in the trains under the tunnel. Station agents and the Network Protection and Security Group were deployed as reinforcements at Châtelet and Gare du Nord to welcome evacuated travelers. A team of firefighters also went to the scene.
A pregnant woman in an oar was taken care of by a team of firefighters and a medical team, before being transferred to hospital.
Heavily disrupted traffic
Thus, until 9 p.m., traffic was interrupted between Aulnay-sous-Bois and Châtelet-les-Halles on line B. Since that time, traffic has remained severely disrupted on the entire line.
On the RER D side, traffic is interrupted between Paris Nord and Paris Gare de Lyon and greatly slowed down between Stade de France and Orry-la-Ville, as well as between Paris Gare de Lyon and Melun / Corbeil-Essonnes, due to the presence of people on the tracks in Châtelet, according to the RER D twitter account.