Death toll in Mexico metro bridge collapse rises to 25

The death toll in the Mexico City subway crash has risen to 25 people, 80 more were injured, reports Wednesday, May 5, Infobae.

It is noted that the Mexican authorities have organized an inspection of the accident, aimed at determining the causes of the disaster and those responsible.

Earlier in the day, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador declared three days of national mourning for the dead.

The collapse of the subway bridge happened on May 3 at 10:25 p.m. local time on the 12th line of the subway, near the stations Olivos and Tesonko in the southeastern part of the city. As a result, two cars collapsed from a height of about 10 meters onto the roadway.

On May 4, Mexico City authorities completed an operation to lift and move the fallen cars.