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Lyon —Train services between France and Italy have been halted until Thursday at the earliest, after a huge rockslide in the Maurienne valley of the French Alps which also blocked some roads, officials said on Monday.

Regional authorities in Savoie said the rockslide occurred at 5:15 pm (15:15 GMT) on Sunday, when “boulders with a total volume of 700 cubic metres (25 000 cubic feet)” slammed into a protective barrier along the RD 1006 road that leads to the Mont-Cenis pass into Italy’s Susa valley.

The landslide forced the suspension of all cross-border trains on the Chambery-Turin line, as well as TER regional trains in the Maurienne valley, French rail operator SNCF said.

Après l’éboulement massif intervenu hier en #Maurienne, nos services publics sont mobilisés pour rétablir au plus vite la circulation routière et ferroviaire. Priorité absolue à la sécurité de tous ; un retour à la normale nécessitera plusieurs jours. pic.twitter.com/vcVPjzzUf3

— Clement Beaune (@CBeaune) August 27, 2023

TWEET TRANSLATION: After the massive landslide that occurred yesterday in #Maurienne , our public services are mobilized to restore road and rail traffic as quickly as possible. Absolute priority for the safety of all; a return to normal will take several days.

The Frejus tunnel connecting France and Italy under the Alps has also been closed to heavy trucks, whose drivers are being advised to use the Mont Blanc tunnel or the A8 motorway instead.

French Transport Minister Clement Beaune said a return to normal services “will require several days”.

“After this massive landslide yesterday in Maurienne, our services are mobilised to restore road and rail service as quickly as possible,” he said on social media.

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