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VIDEO | More than 500 people were injured in the metro accident in Beijing

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An accident at the time of major movement in the metro of the capital China stayed at 102 people heridasafter the two carriages left the unit on a stretch of roads on the surface, he informed the summer press.

They happened on various snow days Beijing, which caused delays in public transport in the city. The reason was recorded at 6.57pm local time, when the last two were vagones From a convoy they separated from the rest of the unit, initially informing the authorities.

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“A total of 515 people were sent to hospital to be evaluated, y 102 sufrieron fractures“, informed the state television CCTV.

The morning of the day, 423 people were at the top of the hospital, while another 67 continued in treatment and 25 years of observation. No mortal victim.

Passengers were evacuated along the streets. Photo: X / Meanwhile on China

The snows caused the accident

A preliminary investigation determined that the snow caused signal degradation and caused the signals to slip rieleswhat caused the collision, follows the report of the investigation.

Users of social media said they had seen passers-by going down to the floor, some of them were wondering about shoulder pain.

“We sincerely discuss the accident that occurred this night”, says the company that manages the Beijing Metroon the red social network Weibo.

With information from AFP

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