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Lanzhou-Xinjiang railways were attacked by strong sand storms. Railway Agency Launches Emergency Plan for Sand Storms Lanzhou News Invasion_Sina


Original Title: A strong sand storm along the Lanxin railroad. China Railway Lanzhou Bureau has launched an emergency plan

According to the Xinhua News Agency (Reporter Li Jie) on the 25th, the area along the Lanxin railway suffered the first strong storm of snow this winter. The sandstorm of some China Lanzhou Bureau Group Co., Ltd. stations was as high as 7 levels. To that end, the Lanzhou Bureau has launched an emergency plan to manage dust time to ensure traffic and passenger safety.

On the 25th, in Jansquan, Zhangye and Wuwei in Gansu there were many storms of sand and sandstorms. From the early hours of the day 26, dusty weather has affected Lanzhou and silver. According to the Lanzhou office dispatching department statistics, sandy weather and dust caused a total of 7 passenger trains in Kashgar-Xi K170, Aksu-Hangzhou K596 and Urumqi-Chongqing K1584.

Huang Yuxia, chairman of the Gansu Provincial Meteorological Bureau, said the next two days, dusty weather in Yangsha, Jiuquan, Zhangwei, Wuwei, Lanzhou and Baiyin will continue. In order to ensure the absolute safety of trains, Lanzhou Bureau Group Jiayuguan, Wuwei and other affected units of the Safety Production Control Center pay special attention to meteorological forecasts and information about satellite maps and understand weather conditions and their influence in the pipeline in real time and we're using the new Weibo and WeChat media for the first time. The platform pushes warnings about the sand storm and train delay information. At the same time, to strictly implement the 24-hour tax system and, at the same time, strengthen line inspection, contact networking, signal and other driving equipment, inspectors strictly enforce the quality inspection, strengthen attention, always pay attention to past trains and organize young volunteers Take the sand to guide passengers, actively make the emotional comfort of passengers and make sure passengers travel safely and orderly.

Editor responsible: Liu Guangbo

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