Arrivalof the train from the capital to Kharkiv's railway station wasexpected at 22:50, but instead it arrived at 00:00 a.m., reportsURA-Inform.
Passengers report that Hyundai got stuck nearthe Ohultsy village located forty kilometers from Kharkiv. Thetrain was not able go on its own and was hooked to a Sovietlocomotive which pulled it to the final destinations. First, forthe sake of energy the train's heating and electricity was turnedoff but it ran out of power still.
As a result, the passengers were going theirlast part of the trip to Kharkov with no electricity or heat at 50km / h.
In the last two weeks Hyundai trains broke downat least 10 times. In recent days, a decrease in temperature led toan increase in the number of such failures.