Tramway devant la gare SNCF du Mans (photo d'illustration).

Le Mans station was evacuated and not served by any trains on Friday evening. A suspicious package was detected around 7 p.m. SNCF Action started which involves the intervention of demining experts to “eliminate doubt” about the contents of the baggage before reopening the building.

SNCF notes that service can resume around 9:30 p.m.

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Trams too

The area off-limits to the public includes the station’s front yard, including the tram station, whose circulation has also been cut off.

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The turnover of the T3 and 14 bus lines has also been adjusted, Setram specifies, with the stop moving to the bus station.

This is it For the third time in less than a monthAfter Tuesday 8 and Saturday 19 February, Le Mans station was evacuated.

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