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Commuter shock: Unforeseen deluge at MRT Nangang Station

Reporter Huang-Chi Ho
Release time:2023/06/05 19:19
Last update time:2023/06/05 19:19
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TAIPEI (TVBS News) — In a surprising turn of events on Sunday night (June 4), passengers at MRT Nangang station were met with an unexpected sight as water gushed across the floor. The incident caught many off guard and was not the result of pouring rain but a leaked pipe in the male restroom.

A hallway and a section of the platform were submerged, causing significant disruption. Concerned for the safety of commuters, the MRT team swiftly deployed staff to prevent access to the slippery area. For passengers with limited mobility, traversing through the water to reach the elevator became daunting. Despite the challenges posed by the flood, no injuries were reported.

 

A dedicated cleaning team promptly arrived at the scene, working tirelessly to rectify the unexpected situation. Within just thirty minutes, the problem was brought under control, providing a sense of relief to affected passengers.

Nangang station is a vital transportation hub for Taiwan High-Speed Rail, Taiwan Railways, and Taipei Metro, making it a frequent hub of activity. As Sundays witness a significant influx of commuters traveling north or south to return to work, the unanticipated deluge undoubtedly left an indelible impression on these individuals.

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