President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao called for "all-out efforts to rescue passengers".   Train operations were suspended on the line while damaged infrastructure was repaired. Fifty-eight trains were canceled the following day.  Sheng Guangzu , the Railways Minister, ordered an investigation into the accident, and arrived at the scene of the accident on midday 24 July.  He also apologised for the horrific accident.  Vice-Premier Zhang Dejiang flew into Wenzhou to lead rescue efforts.