(Photo: Twitter/STC Metro CDMX)
This Monday, January 30, the Mexico City Metro Collective Transportation System (STC) began in chaos, due to various effects that have occurred on different lines, which have been reported by users.
Line A of the CDMX Metro to burst: delays of up to 40 minutes and long lines were reported
Line 9 of the metro, which runs from Pantitlán to Tacubaya, was one of the most affected, since not only long waiting times were reported, but also the presence of smoke and the smell of burning at the Jamaica station.
The complaints were made by users after 07:30 this morning. Videos and photographs were shared via Twitter in which light smoke can be seen invading the waiting area.
According to what was pointed out by the public, along with the smoke there was a strong smell of burning. However, until 8:30 a.m. on January 30, the Metro authorities and operators have not clarified their origin, so it is unknown if they come from one of the wagons or from the tracks.
Metro Line 7 suspended service due to possible short circuit
Line 7 remains closed from the Barranca del Muerto station to San Pedro de los Pinos
Information in development…
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