Domenica, 21 Ottobre 2018

Copper thieves cut off Rome airport rail link


Rome, November 19 - Copper thieves wreaked havoc on
Rome's railways Monday, shutting down the line that links the
Fiumicino international airport with the capital.
According to the national railway operator RFI, the theft
took place along tracks between the Roma Ostiense and Ponte
Galeria stops.
Shuttle buses were substituting trains as workers raced to
get the vital transport artery running again.
Delays were also reported on the Civitavecchia-Rome line.
Transportation and utility authorities have reported a
number of copper thefts as of late.
In an unrelated incident Monday, a man in Bari was
electrocuted to death in what police suspect was an attempt to
steal copper attached to electrical power lines.

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