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Two Subway Trains Collide in Mexico 1 Dead 41 Injured

As a result of the collision of two subway trains in Mexico, 1 person died and 41 people were injured, according to the first determinations. Two trains collided at the metro station in Tacubaya, the capital city of Mexico, which has the same name as the country. While 1 person died in the accident that occurred; [more…]

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Freight train derails in Mexico 5 dead

In Mexico, after the derailment of the freight train, 5 people lost their lives when one of the wagons fell over the house. In the statement made by the Ministry of Transport, Ecatepec, near the capital Mexico, stated that a freight train carrying grain was derailed, and one of the wagons was [more…]

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Train for Bombardier, Mexico

Bombardier Produces Trains for Mexico: The government of the Mexican state of Jalisca announced Bombardier as the winner of the tender for the trains to be used on the first line. Bombardier, to be used on the Guadalajara light rail line managed by SITEUR, [more…]

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Scary Train Crash in Mexico (Video)

Terrible train accident in Mexico: In this train accident in Mexico, the mechanic died and 12 people were injured. Another train hit the train that stopped at the station in the city of Mexico City. In the catastrophic accident yesterday, the mechanic died at the scene. [more…]

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16 Dead in Mexico at Level Crossing

Level Crossing Accident in Mexico 16 Dead: 16 people died when a freight train hit a passenger bus at the level crossing in the state of Nuevo Leon in the north of Mexico. Freight train crashes into a passenger bus at a level crossing in the northern state of Nuevo Leon, Mexico [more…]

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Mexico's YHT project

YHT project from Mexico: Mexico has tendered its first high-speed train line, which is expected to make its first trip in 2017. Mexico has tendered its first high-speed train line, which is expected to make its first flight in 2017. 210-kilometer line industrializes the capital Mexico [more…]