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A Krasnoyark Citizen Is Compensated For Physical And Moral Damages On Train
4.09.2012 10:07

Imagine getting onto a train consisting of four carriages that gets jam-packed. The doors can neither open, nor close without struggle, passengers cannot get in or get out, someone keeps standing on your feet, a nail from a painting's frame wounds your leg, and if this is not enough, everyone is sweating and swearing. After the excruciating ride, with your feet aching and the nail wound making discomfort ever worse, you have problems with sleep and suffer from insomnia for over a month.

      Such was the experience a citizen of Kranoyarsk endured in the winter of 2012, while riding on a train. When he submitted his complaint for investigation, it turned out that, according to the planned itinerary, there should have been 8 carriages, not 4, serving the passengers. The abysmal ride he bore was entirely the result of negligence on the part of rail service.

      The passenger filed a suit and was compensated $230 for physical and moral damages.  

Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Krasnoyark Region Russian law Russian railways   

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