A suburban train in Switzerland was derailed and toppled due to hurricane winds reaching a speed of 195 kilometers per hour.
Hurricane Eleanor derailed a suburban train in Switzerland on Wednesday. 8 people were injured in the incident.
Montreux and the country's highest altitude region of the railway between the Oberland Bernois progressive train speed of the speed of the speed of the 195 kilometer per hour toppled by the effect of strong wind.
Hurricane Eleanor, called Burglind in Switzerland, broke the record for fastest wind recorded in the country since 1981.
On the other hand, due to the impact of the hurricane, a lot of trees fell on the rails and there were serious disruptions in railway traffic.
Source : I tr.euronews.co