translated from Spanish: Shot in memory of motorcyclists who died in Mexico-Cuernavaca

This Sunday a film was made in memory of the six motorcyclists who lost their lives, on August 15, on the Mexico-Cuernavaca highway.
The caravan left this morning from the Tlalpan collection square bound for the tourist stop Tres Marías.
A road prevention operation, called “Rodada México-Cuernavaca,” was implemented with dynamic signaling units, three ambulances, a rescue unit, and a platform crane, reported Caminos y Puentes Federales.

Capufe invited the users of the highway to make only the essential trips.

“Rodada México-Cuernavaca” Operational #COMUNICADO
— CAPUFE (@CAPUFE) August 21, 2021

According to the call made by social networks, the participants of the film had to wear the cover and wear a black bun as a sign of mourning.
In addition, the group of motorcyclists had to go at the same speed, no more than 80 kilometers per hour, performing a formation of two rows and taking enough space between motorcycles to avoid mishaps.
On Sunday, August 15, three road accidents were recorded on the Mexico-Cuernavaca highway, which left six people dead and at least 20 injured, who were traveling on motorcycles.
The Prosecutor’s Office of Morelos reported that 11 motorcycles and six cars were involved in the accident, including 2 trailers.
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Original source in Spanish

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