According to Peru Reports, the Ombudsman’s Office informed that two of the injured people were tourists in critical condition and still remained so on Tuesday night.
In addition, a statement from the Ombudsman’s Office said that all of the passengers had been attended to and are in recovery.
Because of this accident, the railway route to Machu Picchu is closed and it is still unsure when it will reopen. “Tourists have complained on social media that attention has been slow”, said Peru Reports.
“After assisting the injured, an investigation will be carried out to determine what caused this unfortunate accident,” said a statement from IncaRail.
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