Japan also apologized for 20 seconds early train train

The train that moved from a station early didn't make anyone victim, but the company made a rare statement.

An unprecedented apology was made in Japan. A railway company apologized for the Tsukuba Express line, which traveled between Tokyo and Tsukuba on November 14, 20 minutes earlier than the Minami Nagareyama station.

The train would depart at 09.44 local time, but departed 20 seconds earlier than planned.

No passengers complained due to early departure.

In the company statement, it was stated that the incident was caused by personnel fault.

Japan is one of the countries with the most reliable and intensive railway lines in the world.

It is very rare for a train to move outside the tariff.

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