Savoy. Landslide cuts off traffic on A43, stationary rail traffic between France and Italy

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Savoy.  Landslide cuts off traffic on A43, stationary rail traffic between France and Italy

The pictures are impressive. A major landslide occurred in two stages this Sunday afternoon on the RD 1006, in the town of Saint-André, in La Praz, in Savoie, reveals The liberated Dauphine.

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No injury or damage

“A first block slipped from the cliff, around 4:35 p.m., impacting the RD 1006, hitting the protective screen. Later, around 5:15 p.m., the cliff cleared and nearly 700 m3 of rocky material fell in turn to end up on the same road, causing a large plume of dust with fallout on the A43 “, explains Captain Desprès of the gendarmerie brigade of Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne on a daily basis.

“No injuries or damage were observed,” said the captain. The phenomenon “was expected” by the technical house of the department, responsible for monitoring the road network, but “we must ensure that the total purification has taken place”, he continues.

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The A43 partially closed

For security reasons, the A43 is closed in both directions of traffic between ramps n°29 (Saint-Michel-de-Maurienne) and n°30 (Le Freney) and “for an indefinite period”.

Following the landslide, access to the Fréjus tunnel is currently closed to heavy goods vehicles. According to Bison Futé, the duration is estimated until “tomorrow morning”, still depending The liberated Dauphine.

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Rail traffic at a standstill

Rail traffic is at a standstill, making it impossible for trains to travel between France and Italy. All trains served by Trenitalia and SNCF between Paris and Milan have been canceled for Monday.

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