At least 23 people have been killed and dozens injured after a metro overpass collapsed in Mexico City while a train was travelling on it, officials say.
Several train carriages plunged to the ground, crushing at least one car, which was on a busy road underneath.
Rescue workers and firefighters are searching for survivors after the accident in the capital late on Monday.
Dramatic footage has emerged showing the overpass collapsing at the Olivos station on the metro’s Line 12.
Local residents had reported cracks in the structure after a deadly 2017 earthquake, according to local media. Mexico’s El Universal newspaper says transport authorities made repairs following the reports.
Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum later said 23 people were confirmed dead, after she arrived at the crash site to co-ordinate the search and rescue operation.
About 70 people were injured, local emergency services said.
There are fears that the death toll could rise further as some people may still be trapped under the rubble.
Mexico City’s metro is one of the world’s largest rapid transit systems, carrying about 1.6bn passengers a year.
Line 12 was the newest addition to the capital’s metro. It officially opened in 2012.