After three days with no service thanks to condensation-caused electrical difficulties, Eurostar has resumed its train service in the Channel Tunnel with no reports of problems, accepting tickets only from people who intended to travel on Saturday and Sunday. The company said it was "terribly sorry" and was running a special timetable—essentially a back-and-forth shuttle service—to deal with an estimated backlog of 40,000 passengers. The problems stemmed from the Friday breakdown of five trains in the tunnel, apparently caused by an "unprecedented" cold snap in France that the trains' winterization failed to protect against.
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