At least one person died after a strong crash in the Roma neighborhood, CDMX

At least one person died after a strong crash in the Roma neighborhood, CDMX

Two people would have been injured and one more dead after a vehicle accident that occurred during the early hours of this Friday in the streets of the Roma Norte neighborhood of Mexico City.

The number of victims has not been confirmed by the capital authorities, so it is possible that the figure will change in the course of the following hours.

The accident occurred in the Cuauhtémoc City Hall, at the intersection of Valladolid Avenue and Yucatán Street, a few steps from Álvaro Obregón and the Mobility Secretariat building (Semovi).

The first reports indicate that the driver of a black car, with V76-BBL license plates, was intoxicated, which led him to lose control of the car and crash.

crash in the Roma neighborhood, CDMX
Crash in the Roma neighborhood, CDMX

The car would have overturned and at least one of the people would have been projected from his seat onto the asphalt.

The Center for Command, Control, Computing, Communications and Citizen Contact of Mexico City (C5) reported that emergency services went to the point of the accident.

Officials from the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC) cordoned off the area and were waiting for the staff of the Public Ministry to remove the vehicle as well as the body. Meanwhile, it is presumed that the passengers who suffered injuries were taken to a hospital.

 

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