An elevated section of the Mexico City metro collapsed and sent a subway car plunging toward a busy boulevard late Monday, killing at least 23 people and injuring about 70, city officials said. The site where an overpass for a metro partially collapsed with train cars on it is seen at Olivos station in Mexico City. (Carlos Jasso/Reuters)The Mexico City Metro has had at least two serious incidents since its inauguration half a century ago. Despite the fact that the coronavirus situation remains serious in Mexico City, they crowded together as they waited for news. It was not clear whether a 7.1-magnitude earthquake in 2017 could have affected the subway line.
Source: CBC News May 04, 2021 06:08 UTC