Users on social networks reported an incident at the Polanco station on Metro Line 7, which goes from Barranca del Muerto to El Rosario, Mexico.
Presumably a wagon broke free from the Metro convoy, for which the users of the station were evicted.
Look: They give 23 years in prison to the youtuber “El Coyote Consentido” for spreading child pornography
The Metro indicated that the service is momentarily stopped on Line 7, for which reason a train was evacuated for its review.
#MetroNotice: Line 7 offers provisional service from Tacuba to El Rosario and from Barranca del Muerto to Tacubaya. There is no service from Tacuba to Tacubaya on Line 7, system personnel work in the area. https://t.co/mRDgVd9ROR
– MetroCDMX (@MetroCDMX) January 15, 2023
“System personnel work on site,” he said on social networks.
Another accident in the #Subway! A Line 7 train broke up on arrival at #Polancousers were evicted
Special Video pic.twitter.com/gmtBjNp8FG
— The Universal (@El_Universal_Mx) January 15, 2023
The Metro reported that provisional service is offered on Line 7 from Tacuba to El Rosario and from Barranca del Muerto to Tacubaya. He indicated that there is no service from Tacuba to Tacubaya on Line 7, and that system personnel work in the area.
I am Jack Morton and I work in 24 News Recorder. I mostly cover world news and I have also authored 24 news recorder. I find this work highly interesting and it allows me to keep up with current events happening around the world.