A small guajolote was rescued from the tracks of Pantitlán station, Line 5 during the morning of this Thursday.
At around 8 a.m. personnel of the Metro Collective Transport System detected the presence of the bird on the tracks of that station.
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They immediately rescued the Guajolote and gave notice to Civil Protection and the Animal Brigade of the Ministry of Citizen Security.
The PC elements checked the health status of the bird while the brigade will determine what its destination will be.
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So far the staff of the STC Metro do not know how it was that the guajolote reached the tracks but they suspect that it may have been of some user transiting the station.
Elements of Civil Protection of the Metro verified the status of the bird and requested support from the Animal Surveillance Brigade of the Secretary of Citizen Security, in order to safeguard the welfare of the breeding. pic.twitter.com/em74PLXwI8
— MetroCDMX (@MetroCDMX) July 11, 2019
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