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U.S. warning its citizens about violence in Veracruz-extreme caution!

23 Dec

 

United States Consulate in Matamoros, Tamaulipas

United States Consulate in Matamoros, Tamaulipas

Asked to exercise caution as violent incidents on Thursday 16 deaths in the north of that entity

MEXICO CITY, December 22 .- The United States Consulate in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, warned their citizens who visit, transit or reside in the northern part of Veracruz, to guard against extreme acts of violence in the region , which was recorded on Thursday killed 11 civilians and five suspects.

The document states that one should be alert when traveling to the state of Veracruz, mainly in the north, on the border with Tamaulipas and San Luis Potosi.

“Americans in this area should monitor local news and information to stay informed about situations that may affect their safety.

“The Consulate General also reminds U.S. citizens to avoid traveling long distance by road at night,” warns the U.S. consulate.

It explains that the “morning of December 22, several vehicles, including three regular passenger buses were attacked with firearms in northern Veracruz state, resulting in several deaths. One of these buses traveling on Highway 105 between the towns of Panuco and Tempoal “.

Finally, consular representation reminds U.S. citizens to obtain the latest security information, if you are traveling abroad should regularly monitor the websites of the Department of State in the section on the current Worldwide Caution, Travel Warnings and Travel Alerts

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