Tyline, 4 years, boarded the train in Rennes, which was sent by her mother to go to Strasbourg and her father. Unfortunately, the SNCF Youth and Cie service personnel are sent down to Lorraine TGV station.
His father, who lived in Bischwiller (Bas-Rhin), was presenting the ceremony from Monday, April 8 against the SNC "losing" girl, reporting the French Bleu Alsace. . The reception on Strasbourg station on the afternoon of 7 April was hosted by SNCF agents overseeing the Youth and Cie service. The service allows children from the age of 4 to travel on their own. "We give you a wallet and we tell you: 'I'm sorry for a man, we lost your daughter;the man is on his Facebook page.
Tyline, 4 years, boarded the train in Rennes, which was sent by her mother to go to Strasbourg and her father. Unfortunately, the SNCF delegates took part in to Lorraine TGV station. When the delegates told him that his daughter had been lost, she told him that she had been "It is like, I haven't heard anything, I saw black, I haven't"He explained to France Blue Alsace.
The warning was given as soon as the SNCF trainers fitted their error. Other TGVs stopped at Lorraine TGV station to pick up and bring the baby to his father, 45 minutes late.
Pascal Eschmann, the little girl's father, decided to protest against the SNCF with gendarmerie Bischwiller (Bas-Rhin), the town he lives in. “The Trust is not the same thing, my complaint is not specific to me, the SNCF must make a response so that it won't happen to my daughter or any other child” t.
SNCF confirmed to France that there was a "error" in its services. She says that she sent for his father and mother, but admits he may not have been called before going to station in Strasbourg. SNCF will inform the father.