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4 civilians hurt in shootings in Saltillo

February 23rd 2012   ·   2 Comments

The bullets hit the public again. Yesterday four innocent soldiers and wounded when thugs clashed from Saltillo to Ramos Arizpe.

Saltillo. – The shooting ended with the assurance of a pickup truck and weapons, according to unofficial reports. Reports indicate that the confrontation began in the peripheral Luis Echeverria Alvarez and Isidro Lopez Zertuche Boulevard around 11:30 pm when a convoy of three military patrols armed criminals discovered in a van Honda CVR white colored plates New Leon.

When asked to stop the march, the occupants of the pick up fled retreated to speeding, starting the shootout between both sides.

One of the bullets hit a civilian, 30, who just then circulating in the opposite lane in his black Ford Expedition, 1997 model.

Two bullets damaged the front glass of your vehicle, the driver made a wound in his right hand, a situation that made it out of the way to join the boulevard Las Torres where he sought aid Emergency System.

The chase continued up to the facilities of the Attorney General’s delegation southeast, located on the road to Torreon.

The group of criminals shot against the facility, alarming visitors, officials and members of the Investigative Police.

In order to circumvent controls, the group of criminals they headed by Francisco I. roadway Madero, where was it necessary for corporations to implement security fences.

The gunmen returned against Conalep facilities, and later joined the free road to Torreon.

In the 31 and 35 miles three civilians were wounded traveling in their vehicles.

Finally, the assailants took the Bypass Norponiente that leads to Ramos Arizpe, and the chase ended on State Road in Los Pinos, cross the street by Miguel Hidalgo, against the colony La Esmeralda, where I find the Mexican army truck, which had two bullet wounds.

The vehicle was taken to the premises of the Attorney General’s Office.

Sources clarified the DPP is aware of four people injured, apparently with .223 and 7.62 caliber bullets. None of civilians were reported as serious.

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  1. Denise Karle says:

    Secure the Borders, Obama!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Tell me again Napolitano just how safe our borders are, you and that stupid Obama have no notion because you just ignore what is going on.





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