May 11, 2021
General News

Mexico City Subway Train Crash Kills at Least 13 – The New York Times

The subway system in Mexico City, the countrys sprawling capital, handles more than four million passengers a day. It is the second-largest in the Americas, after the one in New York City.
In March 2020, one person was killed and at least 41 others were injured when two subway trains collided in Mexico City. Ms. Sheinbaum said at the time that one of the trains had apparently backed into the other by accident.
After a powerful earthquake hit Mexico in September 2017, killing 94 people in Mexico…

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