A train in the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed rail malfunctioned

The Beijing-shanghai high-speed rail had three accidents in four days: in July 10, the train was behind the schedule because the thunderstorm; July 12, the high-speed rail was failure as the power outage.

The high-speed malfunctioned again, however, after just one day in July 13. Information from an internet user said that the G114 train from Shang to Beijing stopped abnormally near Zhen Jiang Station and all the passengers was changed to the reserve train after one and a half hour.

Other internet users said the G114 was slow abnormally as soon as it started from Shanghai and the top speed can reach only 130km an hour.

The passengers blamed for the long waiting as a tragedy.  

Source: Global Times

Translated and edited by Yang Jingmin

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