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50 cars collide in Mexico

MEXICO (OBSERVATORY) – A thick fog paralyzed the traffic on a Mexican highway, causing the collision of about fifty cars. Fifteen wounded were hospitalized.

Fifty cars are entered Saturday collision in Nuevo Leon, a state in northeastern Mexico , relate the local media.

It includes a large number of trucks with trailers.

The accident was caused by a thick fog that fell on the road linking Saltillo to Monterrey on April 28, explain the authorities.

At least 15 people were injured in the accident. They were hospitalized.

Police blocked the highway in both directions until the fog cleared.