Tragedy in Mexico: Artists react to subway crash in Mexico City

Tragedy in Mexico: Artists react to subway crash in Mexico City

Last Monday, May 3, the structure of the metro of the Mexico City it collapsed just as the train was circulating with passengers inside.

The unfortunate event, which mourned the country with more than 24 deaths and more than 80 injuries, has generated comments from Mexican celebrities.

The actor Jose Ron sent his support to the families who have been harmed, while his colleague Ana Brenda Contreras he also wrote a message for the family of the victims.

“My solidarity with the victims and relatives of what unfortunately happened tonight in CDMX, I am very sorry“Commented the actress.

For his part, the singer Lorenzo Mendez shared what was published by CNN about the accident. The host Galilea Montijo shared in his stories of Instagram An image with a mourning heart and a praying hands emoji.


Stories of Galilea Montijo and Lorenzo Méndez

Alan Tacher, presenter of “Wake up America”, expressed his annoyance at the program due to the lack of responses from the authorities. “Those responsible must pay the consequences”, he pointed.

The actress Sheryln He also joined the request for those affected. “All the love and prayers for the subway victims and their families”, he assured.

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