Saturday, 31 October 2020

Video: Man Hit By Commuter Train In Tibas

A video camera captured the moment the commuter train hit a pedestrian, around 6 a.m. Firday morning, in Tibas.

The man was walking along the side of the railway, when he was hit sideways by the train. The person, whose identity as not released to the press, was critically injured and was taken to hospital Mexico trauma center.

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The Instituto Costarricense de Ferrocarriles (Incofer) suspended morning train service.

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