mass transit system (STC) mexico city subway Told that after the collision of the convoy at the interstation potrero-la raza from line 3continue Specialization Attorney General’s Office (fgj cdmx) of the capital, and once it is exhausted, maneuvers For him withdrawal of trains And this service restoration,
In an information card, CDMX Metro explained that relevant incident investigation personnel from the agency and insurance contracted by Metro also worked in the area of the accident.
guillermo calderonMetro chief directs to start work for re-opening immediately, work begins to resume operations, including verification of track and signaling equipment.
Engineers and technicians of the rolling stock and track areas will be in charge of inspection and testing for the reopening, following the relevant protocols.
One dead, more than fifty injured two convoys collided Subway Line 3 The mayor of the capital reported this Saturday, between Potrero and La Raza stations in the north of the capital, claudia sheinbaum,
“This Saturday morning at 9:16 an accident was registered on Metro Line 3 between two trains, resulting in a collision between the La Raza and Potrero metro stations,” the head of the Mexico City government told View this afternoon during a visit For.
Officials, who gave a brief message in which they did not take questions from the media, said 57 people were injured and hospitalized in various hospitals in the capital, “some of them with minor injuries but in hospitals anyway”. reached.”
He pointed out that Attorney General of Mexico City ,fgj cdmx) is examining the facts “Justice will be done, the investigation is being done by the prosecutor’s office, the experts are there and will reach the final conclusion.”
After the accident, the President of Mexico, Andres Manuel Lopez Obradorexpressed regret over the accident and said that the Mexico City officials attending the accident “have our full support.”
Crash joins the others in the subway; The most serious incident occurred on May 3, 2021, when a high bridge on the line collapsed, at Tlahuac City Hall, south of the Mexican capital, causing wagons to fall into the road and move side to side in the form of a “V”, 26 dead and a hundred injured.
With information from Lopez-Doriga Digital