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Mon, 12 Feb 2018 19:27 - Updated Mon, 12 Feb 2018 19:27

Cuanza Norte: Luanda / Malanje route train back to rail

Ndalatando - The normal circulation of the train of Luanda Railway (CFL) on Luanda / Malanje route was restored Monday, after five days of downtime, as a result of a derailment that occurred on the past February 7, 12 kilometers from Ndalatando northern Cuanza Norte province, said the CFL director in this province, Alfredo Gunza.

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Cuanza Norte: Luanda/Malanje train back to rail

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Speaking to ANGOP, the official said that the incident, which occurred in the town of Pedreira outskirt of Ndalatando city involved the derailment of two carriages and two freight wagons that fell on the railway line and cut the normal circulation of the train between the city of Luanda and Ndalatando.

As a consequence of the occurrence, he said, various technical resources were mobilized from Luanda, which allowed the carriages of fallen carriages and wagons and replacement of some railroad tracks that had been damaged.

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