Mexico: 23 killed, including metro train bridge collapses
In Mexico, a high-speed metro train crashed into several vehicles, including a bridge, killing 23 people and injuring more than 60, with more feared dead.
According to the International News Agency, the bridge for the metro train on the Consumer Highway in Mexico City collapsed when a train was passing over it. In the incident, several vehicles were buried in the train and the wreckage.
According to the report, 23 people were killed and 63 injured when the wreckage of the bridge and train carriages fell on dozens of vehicles. The condition of 4 of the injured is critical and the death toll is expected to rise.
According to foreign media, the rescue agency has stopped the process of unloading the train due to weakening of the bridge. An inquiry committee has been formed to investigate the incident.
Several videos and photos of the incident went viral on social media, showing train carriages falling off a bridge, wreckage and dozens of vehicles buried in the train.