Mexico Metro Collapse

Subway cars dangle at an angle from a collapsed elevated section of the metro, in Mexico City on Tuesday. The elevated section of the metro's Line 12 collapsed late Monday killing at least 24 people and injuring at least 77, city officials said. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)

MEXICO CITY — The death toll from the collapse of an overpass on the Mexico City metro rose to 24 Tuesday as crews untangled train carriages from the steel and concrete wreckage that fell onto a roadway.

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