On the information board of the London Underground, the employees expressed their condolences to them through the following emotional text:
worker London City UndergroundIn the UK, a message of solidarity was sent to victims in the following countries: Collapse a part of Metro Line 12 From Mexico City.
Images of the tragedy that killed 25 people and injured more than 70 people, as well as the collapsed buildings in the eastern part of the Mexican capital, spread around the world. The Guardian, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Le Monde all accepted this story.
When the story reached the UK, the world’s second underground transportation system was in solidarity with Mexico.
On the user’s information board London Underground, The employees express their condolences to them through the following emotional text:
“We pass our love to the people of Mexico City.
If only words can help eliminate her pain and sorrow;
Let the Angel of Independence fly over Xochimilco’s floating garden
And lead everyone into this terrible tragedy
Let them have the power to find a better tomorrow. “
In addition, the staff of the London Underground wished the victims of the Olivos subway accident in Mexico City rest in peace and conveyed their love to the injured and victims.
In recent years, thanks to the arrival of employees Ian Redpath and Jeremy Chopra, the blackboard newspaper has gained popularity in the transportation system of the British capital.
Workers share poems, birthday wishes and encouraging and awareness messages on All On The Board’s social media.
Chopra and Redpath initiated this initiative more than four years ago to defend their work anonymously.Passengers used every day London Underground They were attracted by these news and made it spread on social networks. With the Covid-19 pandemic, these words have become deeper, trying to convey people’s feelings.
Which stands out information“When people are forced to separate, we want everyone to get together. There is a light at the end of the tunnel, and we really want to get there.”