@nytimes
The New York Times
9 days ago
A subway overpass collapsed in Mexico City, sending a train plunging to the ground and killing at least 23 people, officials said. The city’s mayor said that children were among the dead and that 49 people had been taken to hospital. Follow updates: https://t.co/s95unBl3I9 https://t.co/AmypndKYPp
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@Rob_Bee_Gee
Rob BG
9 days ago
@nytimes Corruption, money laundering, ineptitude in government officials, disqualified people overseeing construction projects and these are the consequences. No one is surprised . There will be no accountability, as usual.
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@shutsthisplaced
Marcus Staley
9 days ago
@nytimes Guys pls check out Colombia, things are way worse than what the major media is letting out, it is state terrorism
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@AbraAICP
Abra Nusser, AICP
9 days ago
@nytimes So sad 😔
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@Joel_wea13
Joel
9 days ago
@nytimes Our government knew about this and did nothing because it has a has an austere spending policy https://t.co/5i6rGeL5ys
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@Etro100
boy
9 days ago
@nytimes You may be deceived. Forgotten passwords Bitcoin. S.Thomas is silent, who else needs to recover the password?
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@veronwoon211102
Veron Woon 12
9 days ago
@nytimes This is like the second train crash after Taiwan's......AGAIN. 2021 just want more souls than 2020.
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@StewartLopez14
Stewart Lopez
9 days ago
@nytimes Another tragedy for a country that that has so many problems, sad
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