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SHOCKING: 48 Worker Deaths on Maya Train Project

A recent investigation has revealed that 48 workers have died, and 31 have been injured during the construction of the Maya Train in Mexico. These incidents have taken place over a span of more than two years, raising serious concerns about the safety and working conditions on infrastructure projects throughout the country.

The report identified potential violations of labor human rights and stressed the need to provide a safe and dignified work environment for all workers.

The investigation further indicated that these fatalities could have been avoided, as they took place within the workers' employment context. This finding underscores the urgent need for improvements in working conditions within the construction industry.

It is incumbent upon the relevant authorities to take action to prevent such tragedies in the future. This includes ensuring the protection of workers' labor rights, particularly on large-scale projects such as the Maya Train.

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