On January 7, two trains collided between the stations at around 9.30 am. race Y Paddockassociated with Subway line 3 From Mexico City (CDMX). A few days ago, a user alerted us to unusual behavior in the crash section, which they reported 59 people were injured and one died.
“There are many people under pressure”: users reported an accident between subway cars on Line 3
Gov. Claudia Scheinbaum shared that 16 people were injured and one died.
“Leaving La Raza Metro to Potrero (in the direction of Indies Verdes) Part of the road feels loose (I heard and felt the damage)”, the traffic user wrote on his Twitter account @isabellabella. This post has been shared December 28, 2022.
Further, @isabellabella He pointed out that he tried to convey his observations to the station authorities and assured them that they were aware of the situation, but the authorities did not act on the matter. “Better safe than sorry. Don’t wait for another accident Pay attention,” he wrote.
Based on events along the route from Indios Verdes to the university, many cited this and other tweets where users pointed out irregularities.
Shocking pictures of train accident on Metro line 3
This Saturday, January 7, an incident was recorded between the stations of La Raza and Potrero, authorities first reported that 10 people were injured and one died.
This section of the line not only warned users about the failures provided, but also CDMX Metro workers have been alarmed for months due to lack of maintenance and equipment.
Weeks before the conflict, placards were found inside the wagons with messages such as: “Authority and local Congress ignore lack of tools and spare parts.”
As of the time of this publication, the cause of the accident has not been specified. For her part, Claudia Sheinbaum, head of government of CDMX, promised final results after due investigations, although she could not advance any cause.
“No one helped us for about 40 minutes”: Line 3 user’s harrowing testimony after metro accident
Mexico City government chief Claudia Scheinbaum said 16 people were injured and one died.
Also, the President has mentioned this 32 users came to the hospital, from which 26 people have already been discharged and a public servant accompanied them to their homes. He explained that by and large they were 41 persons Achievers Hospital San Angelo Inn9 of them were transferred from IMSS Magdalena de las Salinas.
It should be noted that by the end of November 2022, daily commuters on Metro Line 3 reported significant delays of up to 40 minutes.
At the time, STC released a message in which it revealed that it will not provide service on a part of Metro’s Line 3. A situation that disrupted his transfer and inconvenienced dozens of people.
“Due to correction of train, no service is provided Green Indians to La Raza in line 3, a temporary service was established from Tlatelolco to the university. The employees of the labor organization must start all over again”, CDMX Metro wrote through its Twitter account. Power outages, smoke, delays and wagons coming to a standstill for up to an hour were reported on social networks like Twitter, one of these accidents. November 2022.
According to a survey conducted by Metro Corporation, Pantitlán on Line A is the busiest station for the day, with average 91 thousand 504 passengers. Indios Verdes Station on Line 3 is second 78 thousand 237 users, The place opened on December 1, 1979.
Symbol It indicates the station Bronze statues of tlatoanis Itzcóatl and Ahuizotl Named Indios Verdes because of the olive-colored patina of oxidation of the metal.