After the explosion on the bridge, Russian Railways suspended the sale of tickets for trains to Crimea from it, RBC reports , citing a statement from the carrier.
It is reported that passenger trains No. 28 Moscow - Simferopol and No. 170 St. Petersburg - Simferopol are now delayed. Trains are also expected to be delayed: No. 72 St. Petersburg - Simferopol, No. 28 Moscow - Simferopol, No. 76 Omsk - Simferopol, No. 166 Moscow - Simferopol, No. 141 Simferopol - Perm and No. 373 Simferopol - Smolensk.
Sale of tickets for trains in communication with the Crimea is suspended. Passengers will be able to return tickets for delayed or canceled trains without additional fees and charges.
On October 8, at exactly 6 am, an explosion thundered on the Crimean bridge. Presumably, a truck exploded on the automobile part of the bridge. As a result, the tanks of the train, which was walking along the railway part of the bridge, caught fire. SC opened a criminal case.