A total of 290 people have been affected by the four faults registered in the Extremadura trains in the first two days of the new year, which has led the president of the regional government, Guillermo Fernández Vara, to demand "explanations" from the central executive.
The last of the four breakdowns occurred this morning on the Cáceres-Sevilla train at 6:46.
Its nine travelers have had to travel by bus to Mérida and the train circulated with ten minutes of delay, as reported by Efe Renfe sources.
This incident is joined by three breakdowns recorded yesterday that added 281 affected, according to the same sources.
Of them 147 in the incident occurred in Navalmoral de la Mata (Cáceres), on the Badajoz-Madrid line.
Some passengers affected by this incident have reported on social networks that have been lying in the middle of the field, without electricity and without heating inside the train.
"Before the events of tonight in Extremadura trains," said Fernández Vara in his Twitter profile, "I demand from the government answers, explanations and concrete actions.