Shootout Between Suspected Drug Traffickers, Cops Kills 21 In Mexico

Six officers had been wounded however their accidents weren’t severe. (Reuters)

Mexico Metropolis:

A shootout in Mexico close to the US border between suspected drug traffickers and police left at the least 21 useless, together with 4 officers, officers stated Sunday.

The confrontation began shortly earlier than midday on Saturday within the northern state of Coahuila when officers detected a number of automobiles and closely armed passengers touring the small group of Villa Union, 60 kilometers (40 miles) from the border.

Taking pictures continued into early Sunday, the Coahuila state authorities stated, including that 4 of these killed had been police, 14 had been suspected criminals and one other three our bodies had been unidentified.

Six officers had been wounded however their accidents weren’t severe.

Native authorities stated three vans had been seized within the operation, in addition to a number of high-caliber weapons and an unspecified load of ammunition.

Video footage confirmed the bullet-ridden mayor’s workplace.

The shootout comes after Mexico’s chief Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador warned that he wouldn’t permit the US to conduct cross-border armed operations towards drug cartels within the nation.

US President Donald Trump has been speaking powerful on the cartels since one was allegedly accountable for the bloodbath of 9 girls and kids from a US-Mexican Mormon group in northern Mexico on November four.

Trump stated final week he plans to designate Mexican drug gangs as terrorist organizations.

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