Smoke tests are being carried out on several days on the central section of the M3 metro line in the Hungarian capital. In a statement, Budapest Transport Company stressed that the combustion products have no harmful effects on health.
Smoke tests will be held on 3 and 4 December in Budapest, the capital of Hungary, on the central section of the M3 metro line. Testing of the heat and smoke extraction system will be completed at two stations of the M3 metro line’s central section, Ferenciek Square and Deák Ferenc Square, which are about to be opened, index.hu writes.
Smoke can be expected at the ventilation openings around the metro stations, several times a day. However, the combustion products have no harmful effects on health.
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