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Copper thefts

Gothenburg trains up and running again

Copper thefts on the train tracks in Gothenburg caused major train delays for local and long-distance trains in and around the city. But the repairs were made quicker than expected and traffic is back to normal, according to the Swedish Traffic Agency.

Thieves stole a 280 meter long copper cable weighing 65 kilos on Sunday night. Someone struck again on Monday morning. The missing copper cables mean that trains can only go normal speed on two of the three tracks.

"Rush hour traffic this afternoon should be able to go without delays," Bodil Sonesson, spokesperson for the Traffic Agency, said to new agency TT.

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