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05 Jun 2019 | 07:10 AM UTC

Belgium: Train service between Liège and Brussels temporarily halted June 5

Belgium News Alert

Authorities suspend train service between Liège and Brussels on June 5 due to body on tracks; train disruptions expected to persist in coming hours

TIMEFRAME expected from 6/5/2019, 12:00 AM until 6/5/2019, 11:59 PM (Europe/Brussels). COUNTRY/REGION Belgium, Brussels, Liege


Authorities temporarily suspend train service between Liège (Liège province) and Brussels (Brussels-Capital region) on Wednesday morning (local time), June 5, following the discovery of a body on the tracks. The national railway manager announced that a body found at 07:30 had caused service to be halted and SCNB, the railway company, was establishing detours and diversions. Disruptions to rail service, including cancelations, delays, and diversions, are expected to persist in the coming hours. 


Individuals traveling via rail in Belgium are advised to monitor the situation, anticipate significant disruptions to rail service (e.g. cancelations, diversions, delays, etc.), and allow additional time to reach their destination.


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