CIUDAD VICTORIA, June. 26-In the towns of Reynosa and San Fernando, Tamaulipas, in the last 24 hours there were clashes between the military’s personnel and armed civilians, resulting in nine people dead, one of them a military element.
This Wednesday jointly informed the Attorney General and the Secretariat of Public Security of the State, in the city of Reynosa, was a first confrontation with killing three attackers and one soldier dead and seven others injured.
The confrontation began before 09:00 hours on the streets of Colonia Rodriguez and culminated Extending approximately 10:15 hours on the Boulevard of the Colony Oil Acapulco, meters Pemex facilities and facing an education center upper half.
The scene was a pick-up shielded craft, Chevrolet Silverado 2008 model four-door white and the Texas plates.
Inside were lifeless bodies of three civilians armed and only one was identified as Cardenas Javier Antonio Lopez, 30 years old and originally from Sinaloa.
This information, according to the Public Prosecutor of the Common Jurisdiction that integrated preliminary investigation.
At that site, the National Defense Secretariat seized three rifles, 38 magazines for these guns, six grenades, striking metallic stars for wheels and trimmings.
Also injured three men were taken to the clinic Pemex, two soldiers and an employee of the parastatal.
When receiving medical attention, one of the injured soldiers died, while the second underwent surgery for back injury that pierced one of his lungs, but is reported to be stable. The Pemex worker had only minor injury and was discharged.
As a result of the confrontation also reported five people beyond the facts with bullet injuries that are treated at the Hospital of the Mexican Social Security Institute and are out of danger.
In another violent event in San Fernando, was a confrontation between armed civilians and military personnel resulted in five men dead.
Staff of the Attorney General, in support of the National Defense Secretariat, was presented to integrate a preliminary investigation, attesting that the confrontation was recorded at 20:15 am Tuesday in the Ejido Guadalupe Victoria, compared to Rancho La Isla
At that point the undergrowth were the bodies of five attackers, all with multiple gunshot wounds. Three of them were between 28-40 years of age, while the other two were of 16-20 years. In their belongings were not found any documents that would identify them.
The Common Public Prosecutor ordered the transfer of the bodies to the Medical Examiner for practice tests provided by law.
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