25 injured in truck accident on Mexico-Pachuca highway, Edomex

State of Mexico.- On the night of this Saturday, a passenger truck crashed to Mexico-Pachuca Highwayin the State of Mexico, injuring at least 25 people.

The accident, which injured at least 25 passengers, was recorded around 9 p.m. that day at kilometer 17, near the area of ​​El Gallo, towards the Mexican municipality of Ecatepec. Early reports of the event indicate that apparently it was the speeding which caused the driver of the heavy unit to lose control, forcing him to take several turns and end up in the center lanes.

The emergency corps and paramedics arrived at the scene to provide first aid to the injured. Some of the passengers were reportedly seriously injured.

The Jaguar 1 helicopter landed on the Mexico-Pachuca highway in an effort to transfer an adult over 60 to Magdalena de las Salinas Hospital because the woman was in pain head trauma. It was reported that most passengers were able to exit the bus without needing to be attended to by emergency personnel, although some were checked more thoroughly by paramedics. So far, authorities have not reported any casualties resulting from the car accident.

Also in the indecent a vehicle was involved which was traveling on the highway when the passenger truck went out of control, from where the car was struck by the heavy unit, which belongs to the motorized transport line Pedro Santa Clara.

The incident has caused complications in the traffic of the Mexico-Pachuca highway in both directions, for which the municipal security forces will cordon off the accident area.

Read more: A woman is destroyed by several motorists on the Mexico-Puebla highway

Gas pipe overturns in Mexico-Pachuca

On the morning of that day, a gas pipe suffered a rollover while driving on the Mexico-Pachuca highway, near the municipality of Tecamac, in the State of Mexico, kilometer 30. At the time of the incident, the unit was transporting 90% of its capacity. It was the driver himself who, having escaped unscathed, asked for help from the authorities.


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