Sinaloa.- The Interbus Company of Sinaloa, transportation line of the passenger bus who suffered a road accident in Sonora, with a balance of 13 people dead and 25 injured, issued a statement reiterating its condolences to the victims’ families and their willingness to carry out the travel insurance.
“The Interbus De Sinaloa Company extends its condolences to each and every one of the family members affected by the event in the state of Sonora already known to all,” the company said in a statement.
He pointed out that the company immediately took letters after the road accident through the corresponding personnel, such as the Insurance Coordinator, Lawyers, as well as the owner of the transport line.
“It goes without saying that each unit has its insurance, no unit is left unprotected by any fortuitous event such as this one,” he added.
The Interbus company indicated that the Insurance Coordinator He contacted family members of all those affected on Friday to explain the procedure to be followed in the process, with the family members agreeing.
Thirteen people were killed and 25 were injured in a road accident by range between a passenger bus and two trailers in the early hours of September 2 at the Sonoyta-San Luis Río Colorado highway in Sonora.
The Sonora Attorney General’s Office reported that around 4:50 a.m. on September 2, personnel from the Caborca, Puerto Peñasco and Sonoyta Expert Services, as well as elements of the Ministerial Criminal Investigation Agency went to kilometer 36 + 800 of the Sonoyta-San Luis Río Colorado highway. by having knowledge of the facts.
Also, agents of the State Police, National Guard, Roads Division, Secretariat of National Defense, Sonoyta and Puerto Peñasco Firefighters, and paramedics from the Red Cross attended.
“The vehicles involved were a Volvo bus from the Interbus Expreso line, a white Freighliner trailer with a semi-trailer, loaded with drinks, and another Kenworth trailer with two platform-type semi-trailers loaded with sheet rolls,” the FGJE said in a statement.
“Presumably the driver of the passenger truck going north had a collinear projection with the trailer that loaded drinks, which was parked on the shoulder, projecting the bus against the second trailer,” he added.
The deceased persons were transferred to Sonoyta, while the injured were taken to different hospitals in Sonora.
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The following day, Friday, September 3, the FGJE managed to identify the thirteen people who died in the tragic accident, of which 8 were from the state of Sinaloa, including a 4-year-old boy.