At Least 24 dead after train plunges onto a busy road in Mexico City

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At Least 24 dead after train plunges onto a busy road in Mexico City

At Least 24 dead after train plunges onto a busy road in Mexico City

The government passed the statement on Tuesday that is Mexico will give the punishment to those who become the reason for collapsing the overpass, which killed 24 people. This incident did not only kill at least 24 individuals but injured the numerous masses when the train was plunged onto the busy road.

Moreover, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who is president, revealed that investigation must be done fast and there will be nothing that will be hidden from the public. All of the things will be checked, including the officers who were involved in the construction and in the maintenance of those metro lines which collapsed.

At Least 24 dead after train plunges onto a busy road in Mexico City
At Least 24 dead after train plunges onto a busy road in Mexico City

This incident put a big question mark on the safety of the metro system. In addition to that, it was considered the world’s busiest metro system. In addition to that, this metro system carries millions of people regularly around the capital’s urban sprawl. On that spot, with the help of the heavy chains, firefighters stabilized the site pulled bodies.

There were around seventy-nine people who got an injury. The authorities said that among the seventy-nine masses, three were children. The social media video had information about the moment when the overpass has plummeted onto the cars which were nearer to the Olivos station in the southeast of the city suddenly. 

The time of the incidents was nearly 10:30 p.m. When the masses came to know about this drastic incident, then they rushed outside hospitals. In addition to that, the family members got irritated and frustrated because of doing wait for long hours to get the information of their kith and kin. Moreover, the general office of the Federal Attorney will execute the investigations, its Mexico City Counterpart, and an external auditor, Norways’s DNV GL, officials revealed this information

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