On Monday October 1st, a public transportation bus of the Centro – Xmatkuil Route number 50 skidded on the wet pavement and tore down a bus stop on Calle Plan de Ayala Sur, in the south of Mérida. Fortunately, there were no injuries reported, only material damages.
The accident occurred on the street Plan Ayala Sur. The driver lost control of the vehicle, got off the road and onto the sidewalk, hitting and destroying the bus stop.
The truck was traveling from South to North on Calle 50 when suddenly the tires skidded on the pavement as a result of the rain, and the unit veered off the street abruptly.
“Thank God there was no one at the bus stop”, said the driver.
Agents of the SSP went immediately to the place; where representatives of the bus driver’s union also arrived.
The bus belongs to the “Alianza de Camioneros” union, which will respond for the damages caused by the vehicle.
TYT Newsroom with information from yucatan.com.mx
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