At Least 23 Dead After Subway Overpass Collapses in Mexico City | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC 1

At Least 23 Dead After Subway Overpass Collapses in Mexico City | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC


Gadi Schwartz reports on a Mexico City subway train overpass that collapsed onto a busy road on Monday night, killing at least 23 people, including children, according to authorities. More than 60 people were injured in the collapse.

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At Least 23 Dead After Subway Overpass Collapses in Mexico City | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC


    1. @Bibi Ayube same reason many other things weren’t prevented in this world. There is good, and there is evil. Sometimes we see the good prevail, and sometimes, the evil. God sees and knows all. We don’t see half of what is prevented. As to your original question, I do not know. You’ll have to ask Him. 🙏🏾

    2. @CShield No one is against it if the mother will die as a result. It’s not about feelings – it’s about science – it’s about life – It’s about God.

    3. @J It doesn’t matter if you’re for or against it, it’s not about you. Your god has nothing to do with someone else’s medical decisions.

    4. @CShield well said. This guy/ gal “J” is a hypocrite . I won’t be surprised if he/she belongs to QANON and the those who invaded the capitol!

    5. @Bibi Ayube “A wicked and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign; and there shall no sign be given unto it,” I’m glad god never reveals signs and wonders to the prudent.

  1. This is why investing in building up old infrastructure is worth it. Not just the jobs but the danger. So many bridges, damns, railways ect need to be fixed

    1. This was a new subway line so more like we need to make sure engineering/ construction firms don’t take shortcuts just to save money

    2. @iNoSurrender You are also 100% correct. That happens often in Mexico. They use cheap materials in order to pocket the money.

    3. @Alessandro Gambino true & it also happens here in the U.S. too. Cheap materials that berely meet the building codes to save money.

  2. O– M– Gosh, how awful, prayers for the injured and for the families who’ve lost loved ones in the tragedy! No one is guaranteed a tomorrow…

  3. Feels like the whole world is coming to an end

    Condolences from India to Mexico for all the souls🙏

  4. Heavenly father I pray that you keep the person reading this alive, safe, healthy and financially blessed. May God bless. Amen.

  5. Gracias por el apoyo a México de los otros países, se les agradece.❤️

  6. Heart felt sympathies from San Antonio to all the families and all of Mexico City. 🇲🇽💔

  7. When we leave home, we never know if we’re coming back. Say “I love you” to those in your orbit often, & mean it. It helps in moments like this.
    My condolences to all who were lost, & to their families, & friends. So sad.

  8. May the Lord have Divine Mercy on all those Hurt and especially those who passed away May the Lord Help the Families My Heart and prayer Goes to Mexico 😞

  9. My condolences to the families who lost loved ones in this terrible tragedy. Sympathies to those who are injured. 🧡🦘

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