List of injured and road alternatives

At least 35 injured people were taken to various hospitals, after the collision between two trains of Line 3 of the Metro, which left one dead so far.
Authorities in Mexico City reported the names, ages and location of the injured, including a minor.

Four people were reported pressed and trapped in the train, but all are already out of the cars.
The incident occurred shortly after 9 a.m. when a train stopped in the middle of the tunnel.

Read: Metro’s biggest accidents: when, where and how they happened
Road alternatives 
After the accident with the Metro cars, Line 3 service is suspended from Indios Verdes station to Guerrero station and it has not been reported when it will be resumed, but there are already some transport alternatives.
The Government announced that RTP will be providing free support service for all passengers affected by the accident on Line 3.
From 10:30 am, the units will be making tours from Indios Verdes to Hidalgo and from Hidalgo to Indios Verdes.

Due to the incident recorded this morning on L3 in @MetroCDMX, the @RTP_CiudadDeMex will provide free service with units from Indios Verdes to Tlatelolco in both directions.
We keep reporting.
— Andrés Lajous (@andreslajous) January 7, 2023

Line 1 of the CDMX Metrobus also modified its route after the incident and for the moment will operate from Indios Verdes to Balderas.

⚠ NOTICE L1
1⃣It takes into account the affectation, due to the presence of emergency services working in the area without service Potrero station towards Indios Verdes. (Update 11:05 hrs.) @SSC_CDMX @LaSEMOVI Consultation alternatives: https://t.co/KYPFkxMUhs #MovilidadCDMX
— Metrobús CDMX (@MetrobusCDMX) January 7, 2023

Here you can check the status of all Metrobus lines in real time and stations without service.  https://metrobus.cdmx.gob.mx/ServicioMB
 
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