RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A train from the Gramacho/Saracuruna station was hijacked at rush hour on Monday, September 16th, by men armed with rifles in the Northside of Rio de Janeiro.
The information was released exclusively by the column of Ancelmo Gois, GLOBO, this Tuesday, September 16th.
According to the Brazilian train operator SuperVia Trens Urbanos, six criminals traveled for about three kilometers (1.8 miles) in the engine driver's cabin until they made a stop near the Mangueira overpass, in an unscheduled stop. During the trip, the six men did not attack the passengers.
Armed with rifles . . .