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The Metro Collective Transportation System (STC) suspended operations on the San Pedro de los Pinos to Barranca del Muerto section due to a new mishap reported around 11:00 a.m. on January 23.
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Through its Twitter account, the service explained that the closure of stations resulted from the power cut carried out to review the area of roads without delving into details.
Instead, it was the users of the route themselves who announced that the mishap had resulted from a short circuit that caused a dense cloud of smoke in the Barranca del Muerto terminal, for which they continued to evict people, some of them which were intoxicated by inhaling the smoke.
“A lot of smoke started coming out. It’s been a recurring problem on the line for years, but I’ve never seen so much smoke coming out. (…) There are people with breathing problems”.
#AvisoMetro A power cut is made on Line 7, to review the area of tracks. The service is offered from El Rosario to Tacubaya. There is no service from San Pedro de los Pinos to Barranca del Muerto. System personnel work to restore as soon as possible.
— MetroCDMX (@MetroCDMX) January 23, 2023
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