Attempted assault on the Hidalgo metro left one injured and one detained

The person who tried to thwart the assault was injured in one of his legs (Photo: Twitter@NoHayQuimios)

In the immediate vicinity of Collective Transport System (STC) Metro de la Ciudad de México registered a attempted assault which culminated in an injured user -for trying to avoid it- and a detained person, who was left at the disposal of the capital authorities.

The events were recorded on the morning of November 30 at the Hidalgo station, which connects with Line 3 (Indios Verdes-Universidad) and Line 2 (Tasqueña-Cuatro Caminos). At first, an intense mobilization by the police and emergency services was reported, without specifying the reasons.

Later it was revealed that a subject had tried to assaulting a woman with a sharp weapon. Another user noticed what had happened and, in his eagerness to thwart the robbery, intervened. However, he was injured by the assailant. This is how the security elements were notified, in order to arrest the person responsible.

In images shared on social networks, you can see how personnel from the Banking and Industrial Police (PBI) gathered in the corridors of the Hidalgo metro (Line 3), where a person was lying on the ground, surrounded by agents and a couple of doctors. Preliminarily it was reported that the man who tried to thwart the assault was injured in one of his legs.

After the injured user received medical attention at the scene of the incident, he was transferred to the Public Ministry together with the woman they were going to assault so that they could present statements about what happened. However, the authorities They did not provide further information about their state of health.

Meanwhile, the alleged person responsible for the attempted robbery was secured by police elements. In videos shared on Twitter you can see how said subject was guarded by the uniformed to submit it to the proper authorities. The detainee walked handcuffed behind him and with his head down.

The foregoing caused the access to the station to remain closed momentarily, while the investigations were carried out.

This was not the only incident that happened in the vicinity of the CDMX Metro on November 30. And it is that one fight on a Line 9 train between a couple of women It caused the service to be temporarily interrupted, which also contributed to the high influx being recorded at some of the stations.

“The service on Line 9 is normalized, after rearming the emergency lever, due to a fight between two people,” the Metro announced at around 9:20 a.m. through its social networks. He later stated that both women were made available to the authorities competent.

Users on social networks shared videos about the intense concentration that was generated in accessing the platforms. Although it was not specified in which station the fight occurred, since the day before they had been reported train arrival delays of Line 9, which goes from Pantitlán to Tacubaya.

The same thing happened with the B line (Ciudad Azteca-Buenavista), where due to the lack of trains there were also large crowds. “There is an influx on Line B. Empty units are sent to stations with the highest demand”, was the response and the measure implemented by the Metro in response to user complaints.


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