The Secretary of Citizen Security of Mexico City, Omar García Harfuch, released this Saturday a list of the names and ages of the people who were injured in the train crash of the Subway Line 3.
The number of injured rose from 16 to 23, according to what was stated in the list that was made on the instructions of the head of the Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, who first confirmed that there were 16 injured.
Through his Twitter account, the official published the list in which 23 names of the people who were injured appear, as well as the age of each of them appears and to which hospital they were transferred for your medical care.
It transcends that among the injured there is a minor, Melissa Rivera Gomez, 16 years old. Likewise, another 18-year-old woman, Aranza de la Cruz Ramírez, appears on the list.
The oldest person on the list is Pedro Camacho Sereno, 93 years old.
The secretary also reported that of the 4 people who were trapped and held in the wrecked train, they have already been released.
This Saturday morning a train crash in the interstation La Raza-Potrero It caused the death of one person, unidentified until Saturday afternoon, as well as injuries to the 23 people already transferred to hospitals.