The Metro Collective Transportation System reported that as of tonight only two of the 16 people who reached hospitals after the train crash In the Tacubaya station of Line 1, registered this Tuesday, they remain in medical attention, none of them serious, the rest were discharged.
Likewise, he indicated that a team of engineers from the areas of Fixed Installations and Rolling Stock of the Metro, as well as Civil Protection and Industrial Safety and Hygiene continue with the maneuvers to withdraw the trains and enable the road from Tacubaya to Observatory, after the impact of two trains occurred last Tuesday night.
At the moment, work is being done to section one of the trains and thereby expedite its transfer to the Zaragoza workshop. Previously, it was possible to uncouple part of a train and cuts were made in the guide bar that hindered the maneuvers.
In addition, the agency stated that it will continue the provisional service of the Pantitlán Metro to Chapultepec de la Línea and from the Chapultepec stations to Observatorio, free transportation is provided with the support of RTP buses, units of the Secretariat of Citizen Security and units of corridors licensed public, from 5:00 to 24:00.
According to the head of government, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, the service of the Juanacatlán, Tacubaya and Observatorio stations could be restored next Monday.