New information is coming to light about what exactly happened on the night of the deadly collision of of trains at Tempe.
Under the microscope of the investigations is the Larissa station master who was on shift at the time of the train collision in Tempi, the inspector who placed him there and also the station master who was on the immediately previous shift, who as reported left half an hour earlier.
In fact, there is information that the station master who was there at the time of the collision maybe shouldn’t have been, and how they “had” him in shifts to take the days off of the older ones.
Newer information presented to ANT1, states that the previous station master, who was to teach at 11 (for 1 hour would coincide with the shift), left earlier because… his son wanted skewers and I went to get him. So he left the inexperienced 59-year-old alone.
In particular, the previous station master left his shift and in fact, signed in the “delivery – receipt” book that he left at 22:30. Intercity 62 passed the point at 23:04.
The article New information about the previous station master on the night of the tragedy in Tempe – “He left early to get skewers for his son” was published on NewsIT .