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Mexico

Mexico City-Cuernavaca Highway Closed

An accident at Kilometer 60 caused the highway closure

The Mexico City-Cuernavaca highway is closed in both directions, photo: Wikipedia
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11 months ago

The Federal Bridges and Roads and Related Services organization (Capufe) announced that the Mexico City-Cuernavaca highway was closed in both directions at Kilometer 60 due to an accident.

On its Twitter account, the Communications and Transportation Secretariat (SCT) called for drivers to proceed with caution in the area. There is a pipe fire where the highway is closed, which emergency personnel are attending to.

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