Line 12 Mexico City metro collapsed

25 people killed by the collapse of Line 12 Mexico City metro (UPDATED)

Rescuers transport a casualty on a stretcher at a site where an overpass for a metro partially collapsed with train cars on it at Olivos station in Mexico City, Mexico, May 3, 2021.

Mexico City was shaken and dressed in mourning after a fatal accident in one of the girders between the Nopalera station and Los Olivos, where a train collapsed, leaving dozens dead and injured.

Through social networks, the Attorney General’s Office of Mexico City (FGJ) reported that all the bodies of the people who died in the events that occurred on Line 12 of the System have already been identified and made available to their families. Metro Collective Transport (STC).

The unfortunate death of a 13-year-old Boy named Brandon Giovanny Hernández Tapia stands out, so far, he is the only minor who died in the incident.

The other victims of the crash are:

José Luis Hernández Martínez, 60 years old.

Juan Luis Díaz Galicia, 39 years old.

Meliton Velasco López, 46 years old.

Angélica Segura Osorio, 44 ​​years old.

37-year-old Liliana López García

Mario Alberto Bautista Sánchez, 25 years old

Immer del Águila Pineda, 29 years old

Miguel Ángel Vázquez Castellanos, 24 years old

Chrstian López Santiago, 41 years old

Jesús Baños García, 28 years old

Lorenzo Islas Cruz, 60

Alejandro Mendoza Vega, 53 years old

Sergio Valentón Rodríguez, 61 years old

Carlos Emmanuel Pineda Bernal, 38 years old

Santos Reyes Pérez, 31 years old

Evaristo Lucas Santiago, 56 years old

Gildardo Rodríguez Galicia, 53 years old

Nancy Lezama Salgado, 23

René Jorge García Méndez, 71 years old

Gabriela Ramírez Medina, 31 years old.

Idelfonso Barrios Castañeda, 47 years old.

Ismael Salazar Juárez, 42 years old.

Miguel Ángel Espinoza Flores, 41 years old.

José Juan Galindo Soto, 34 years old.

Emergency workers move an injured person on a stretcher at the site of a train accident after an elevated metro line collapsed in Mexico City on May 4, 2021. (Photo by PEDRO PARDO / AFP)

Emergency workers move an injured person on a stretcher at the site of a train accident after an elevated metro line collapsed in Mexico City on May 4, 2021.

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