Hong Kong’s MTR train services between Wan Chai and Tai Koo was suspended urgently during Thursday rush hour after online footage showed a door with a carriage was missing from a train at the Causeway Bay MTR station. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong’s MTR train services between Wan Chai and Tai Koo was suspended urgently during Thursday rush hour after online footage showed a door with a carriage was missing from a train at the Causeway Bay MTR station. Photo: Sam Tsang
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MTR door incident must be prevented from reoccurring

  • The latest accident involving the city’s rail system saw two doors dislodged from a moving train carriage at the height of rush hour. This must be thoroughly investigated as passenger safety and the reliability of the city’s transport services are at stake

Hong Kong’s MTR train services between Wan Chai and Tai Koo was suspended urgently during Thursday rush hour after online footage showed a door with a carriage was missing from a train at the Causeway Bay MTR station. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong’s MTR train services between Wan Chai and Tai Koo was suspended urgently during Thursday rush hour after online footage showed a door with a carriage was missing from a train at the Causeway Bay MTR station. Photo: Sam Tsang
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