More than 200 cyclists carry out a ride in memory of Alexia Fernanda Ordóñez Mejía and her father Emilio Ordóñez Amador, who lost their lives when They were run over while riding a bicycle on the Mexico-Pachuca highway on October 4.
This morning they met at the Angel of Independence to go to the Teotihuacan pyramids, where a flower arrangement and a white bicycle will be deposited in memory of both.
Alexia belonged to the cycling team of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), who with his father were heading to the archaeological zone of Teotihuacán as part of their training routine.
That is why hundreds of cyclists carry out said ride in protest and demand from the authorities laws that protect the cyclist and justice for Alexia and her father.
After the death of the 20-year-old, who was studying Petroleum Engineering in Faculty of Engineering of the UNAM, the maximum house of studies regretted the facts.
The General Directorate of University Sports of the UNAM published an obituary in which he wrote: “With deep sadness we regret the sensitive death of the student of the Faculty of Engineering, a representative cyclist of our House of Studies.”