Mexico: Landslide buries several vehicles on Mexico-Queretaro highway. At least 7 dead, 4 injured.

At least seven people were killed on the Mexico-Queretaro highway in central Mexico, after a landslide buried several vehicles, the Federal Police confirmed Monday.

The landslide occurred in Tepeji del Rio municipality in the central state of Hidalgo, due to strong rain and hail on Sunday night. Tons of soil and mud trapped at least five vehicles which were passing the highway at the moment of the landslide.

Those killed were three men and two women who were in a taxi, as well as one woman and one man in a red van.

Four other passengers of the red van were injured and taken to San Jose hospital in Naucalpan, state of Mexico.

People from Tepeji del Rio are trying to clean their homes, as the storm had damaged 150 houses.

Mexico’s Federal Highway Police, the Ministry of Communications and Transporting, the Army and rescue teams from the state of Mexico and from Mexico City, were helping in the cleaning work and removing disaster rubble.
Tuesday, 28 May, 2013 at 03:16 (03:16 AM) UTC RSOE

Deslave en la MexicoQueretaro deja 7 muertos

(Video credit: Cadena3Noticias)

Published on 27 May 2013

Deslave en la MĂxico — QuerĂtaro deja 7 muertos
27 Mayo 2013

Las malas condiciones climáticas cobran vidas en la Carretera MĂxico — QuerĂtaro, esto a causa de un deslave de un cerro en el kilometro 70. El deslave deja al menos 7 muertos.

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