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Aerial images of Mexico City metro overpass collapse site

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Aerial images of a metro overpass that collapsed in the Mexican capital. Carriages are seen hanging from the overpass in a tangle of twisted cables with the ends pointing towards the ground in a V-shape. The incident has left at least 23 people dead and dozens more injured.

Added on the 04/05/2021 12:46:40 - Copyright : AFP EN

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