The Mexico City elevated subway line that collapsed, killing 25 people, was so poorly designed from the start in 2012 that passengers and experts came to fear many things
Demands for justice mounted as relatives buried the victims of Mexico City's metro disaster, accusing the authorities of negligence that cost the lives of 25 people
Loved ones of Nancy Lezama Salgado, a victim of the metro collapse, are reflected on a mirror as they mourn next to her coffin at her home in San Juan Ixtayopan, Mexico City. More photos of the day: 📷 @toyaSjordan
A decision to change cars to get closer to a station exit may have saved Erik Bravo, a 34-year-old financial adviser who survived the collapse of an elevated line in Mexico City’s subway system that killed 25 people and injured around 80
“Here in Mexico, nothing is taken care of until a tragedy occurs": The Mexico City elevated subway line that collapsed this week, killing 25, was problem-plagued and poorly designed from the day of its inauguration.
Professional wrestlers enforce the face mask rule at the Central de Abastos market in Mexico City.
Rain in Mexico City! That can't be right ! Yesterday was 32 degrees! Today it's lashin rain!
God bless the people of Mexico City. We are with you and will be there for you.