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“This happened due to negligence, due to corruption”: Protesters demand justice after the tragedy in the Mexico subway
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“This happened due to negligence, due to corruption”: Protesters demand justice after the tragedy in the Mexico subway

Shouting "Justice!" And in the midst of some friction with the police, hundreds of people demonstrated this Friday in Mexico City to protest the subway accident last Monday, which left 25 dead.The demonstration, which started from different points, was accompanied by a large group of cyclists and at nightfall they paid tribute to the victims with candles and flowers right in the area where the accident occurred, the most serious since the founding of the metro in 1969.SIGHT: Tragedy in Mexico: the death toll from the collapse of the CDMX subway rises to 26“A known person died. I am in solidarity with all the people who died, they no longer have a voice to be here (...). What happened is due to negligence, due to corruption ”, Briseida Noguez, a resident of the area, told AFP.The protest...
Neighbors assure that elevated section of CDMX Line 12 did have failures
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Neighbors assure that elevated section of CDMX Line 12 did have failures

MEXICO CITY.- Inhabitants of Tláhuac expressed their rejection of the statements of the capital authorities that previously The incident did not find any fault in the elevated section of Line 12.Annoyed and located in a shopping plaza that faces the accident site, they pointed out that there were indeed failures in this section of the Metro, and that each day they were more noticeable."Periférico Oriente everything was moving. Here (Olivos) when we waited for the wagon, the one in front passed and shook, it shook horrible. We just said that nothing happens to us, "said Mrs. Beatriz.Also between screams and tears another woman said that the authorities they had to answer for the dead."This had been a long time, since the earthquake. The Metro sounded very ugly... but they needed to see th...
Follow AMLO’s Mañanera LIVE after the accident on Line 12 of the CDMX Metro
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Follow AMLO’s Mañanera LIVE after the accident on Line 12 of the CDMX Metro

At least 23 people died and 70 were injured on Monday night when a subway train fell from Mexico City from a bridge that collapsed, authorities reported.WATCH THE LIVE TRANSMISSION HERE:WATCH: LIVE | A Mexico City Metro station collapses with everything and wagons; there are dead and injured"Unfortunately there are 23 deceased, one of them in a hospital"Claudia Sheinbaum, the mayor of the Mexican capital, told reporters on Tuesday, who had previously reported 20 deaths in this incident.Among the victims are minors, said Sheinbaum earlier, who also reported "seven seriously injured."A total of 65 people receive care in hospitals and a few others had minor injuries and did not need medical attention, added the mayor at the command post installed at the site of the tragedy, where part of t...
The exact moment when the structure of the Mexico City subway collapses |  VIDEO
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The exact moment when the structure of the Mexico City subway collapses | VIDEO

A sector of the elevated track on which Line 12 of the Metro de Mexico City it collapsed this Monday in the east of the capital at the Olivos station.WATCH: LIVE | A Mexico City Metro station collapses with everything and wagons; there are dead and injuredThe emergency services arrived to attend to victims and to remove the collapsed convoy."Transferring me at this time to the site of the incident on line 12. He reported as soon as he arrived," the head of Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, reported on Twitter.The first video images show how two subway cars fell on the road where dozens of vehicles were circulating at the time.The Secretary of Government of Mexico City, José Alfonso Suárez del Real, explained that the injured are being transferred to the hospitals of Tlahuac ...
LIVE |  A Mexico City Metro station collapses with everything and wagons;  there are dead and injured
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LIVE | A Mexico City Metro station collapses with everything and wagons; there are dead and injured

On Monday night a bridge collapsed at the Olivos station of the Mexico City Metro, belonging to the line. The event also affected several wagons.WATCH THE LIVE TRANSMISSION HERE:There are at least six dead and 80 injured.Ambulances and firefighters are on their way to attend to the accident at the station on line 12, located on Avenida Tláhuac.CAUTION: Ambulances and firefighters on their way by accident at Olivos metro station, line 12. 🚑⚠️🚒🚨 pic.twitter.com/UFkcB1llju- SUUMA Volunteers 🚑 (@SUUMA_CDMX) May 4, 2021 The head of government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, reported on Twitter that she is on her way to the accident site.⚠️ Give way! Subway accident at Olivos station, line 12 in Tláhuac, ambulances 🚑 are already treating the injured. 🚨Via: @SUUMA_CDMX.pic.twitter.com/YwLkk...
Two sons of "The Eyes" with a gun and drug
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Two sons of "The Eyes" with a gun and drug

Police intelligence agents from the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC) detained two sons of Felipe de Jesús Pérez, "El Ojos", the late leader of the Tláhuac Cartel, Kevin Pérez and Alexis Pérez, who were driving around in a car. with guns and drugs. According to intelligence reports, the agents made tours of Tláhuac Avenue and San Pedro Street in the Lomas de San Lorenzo neighborhood, strategic points to combat the criminal incidence in the matter of robbery with violence, account holder and passerby.At this crossing, the agents observed a gray Ford Lincoln vehicle with Guerrero state plates HDZ840C, where two young men were driving, one of them allegedly handling bags inside.The agents marked the stop and identified the subjects as Kevin or Víctor Pérez and Alexis Pérez, sons of the fo...