A person was killed and twenty injured the balance of a pileup at mile five hundred thirteen more Mexico-Toluca highway, heading toward Mexico City.
At approximately 9:00 pm yesterday, the driver of a truck, Torton type, license plates 339-DE08, carrying a load of tomatoes, lost control and crashed into 20 cars that could not advance to the intersection with the federal highway, the vehicle load is in that area.
Even occupants of other vehicles who were injured tried to help others who were injured.
On impact, eight vehicles were burned, and a huge plume of smoke could be seen up and the distance from various points west of the City.
Amid the confusion, the driver of the truck fled, which was confirmed by the Attorney General of the capital, after reports that the head had been arrested.
Civil Protection personnel also Federal District cordoned off the area.
Other persons affected by the crash had minor scratches and bruises.
A compact car, Athos, with license plates from the State of Mexico, was crushed by the truck load.
Inside was the charred body of a woman, whose identity was not disclosed.
Elías Miguel Moreno Brizuela, Secretary of Civil Protection of city government, said the crushed car registration worked on the identity of the victim.
Staff of the Attorney General of the Federal District (PGJDF) went to find his family.
The prosecutor of the department, seconded Cuajimalpa delegation, learned of the accident, while experts gather evidence to determine the root causes of this mishap.
Thousands of motorists were stranded for more than six hours in the central lanes of the highway, a few meters from the accident.
In the stretch Chalma-La Marquesa, federal police vehicle traffic diverted from the city of Toluca and the county seat of Huixquilucan, free road to Mexico-Toluca.
After 14:00 hours the affected vehicles were removed from the scene of the incident, to partially open circulation.
The woman’s charred body was taken to the amphitheater of Public Prosecutions.
The staff of Heroic Firefighters threw water to clean the asphalt of the Mexico-Toluca that after three in the afternoon was fully reopened to vehicular traffic.