Train passengers step on to tracks in protest of late train

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 4, 2011 11:34

Three Israel Railways patrons stepped down onto the train tracks at the Be'er Yaakov station in the Beersheba area on Tuesday, in protest of delays in the schedule. The train they were waiting for at the station never arrived.

Police arrived on the scene and removed the three protesters from the train tracks.

On Sunday, Israel Railways announced that it is reducing service across the country by 20 percent following last week’s fire aboard a passenger train near Netanya.


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