Migrant shelter in Salzburg, Austria
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Migrant crisis: Fears Austria's transport system could collapse

Authorities in the Austrian city of Salzburg are warning the influx of migrants trying to reach Germany could cause the country's transport system to collapse.

Due to Germany's slow processing of migrants, facilities where migrants are temporarily staying in Salzburg are overcrowded, officials say.

If the flow of migrants continues, the authorities may be forced to shut down its train station where the migrant shelter is, which may paralyse Austria's entire train system.

Video produced by Abdujalil Abdurasulov

  • 28 Sep 2015
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