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Campaign aims to boost safety on Polish rail crossings

02.12.2019 07:35
Polish state-owned railway company PKP has launched a campaign aiming to increase safety on the country’s rail crossings.
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Since the beginning of this year, 53 people have been killed and 27 seriously injured in 156 accidents and collisions on such crossings in Poland, according to state broadcaster Polish Radio.

As part of the safety campaign, special lessons will be held for children in schools and pre-schools, and advertisements will be broadcast warning of the dangers lurking on railway lines.

One of the advertisements features a wife telling her husband to be careful, a mother telling her young daughter not to play on rail tracks, and a daughter pleading with her father to stop and check if a train is approaching.

Crossings in which the road cuts across a rail line instead of passing underneath through a tunnel or overhead via a bridge are common around Poland.

(pk/gs)

Source: Polish Radio