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Vigil held in Mexico City to demand justice for metro accident victims

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Mexico City, May 7 (EFE).- Hundreds of people gathered Friday at the site of a deadly metro overpass accident in Mexico City to pay tribute to the 26 victims of the worst tragedy in the city since an earthquake in 2017.The accident took place Monday night when a beam of an elevated section caved in, causing the train carriages to dangle in a V shape.On Friday evening, locals began approaching the door of the Olivos station on Line 12, which remains closed, to place candles in honor of the victims of the accident, which also left 88 injured, 33 of whom are still receiving treatment. (Camera: ULISES ANDRADE).SHOT LIST: PEOPLE PAY TRIBUTE TO VICTIMS OF SUBWAY ACCIDENT IN MEXICO CITY, MEXICO.

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