Violence broke out in Mexico, firing on the plane, the lives of the passengers got stuck, had to hide in the bathroom
Mexico Drug Cartel Fire Bullets on Airplane: Tellez, 42, who made the video, was traveling with his wife and three children (ages 7, 4, and 1) after spending Christmas with family. He told Reuters he had reached the airport for his 8:24 a.m. flight without incident, despite the overnight firing.
- A video of an aircraft in the grip of violence went viral on social media
- Mexico’s arrest of notorious drug lord El Chapo’s son sparks violence
Mexico City. Violence erupted in the northern city of Culiacan on Thursday after the arrest of Ovidio Guzman, son of notorious drug lord El Chapo and a senior member of the Sinaloa cartel. But she got into the running plane. After the shooting, the sound of continuous bullets (Bullets fired on the Airplane) brought the lives of all the passengers to a halt. According to a report by the news agency Reuters, the arrest of the son of notorious drug lord El Chapo in Mexico, the country of the drug mafia, has triggered a period of violence in the city of Culiacan. The video of an aircraft that came under the grip of this violence went viral on social media throughout the day.
Confirma Aeroméxico ataque a una de sus aeronaves en el aeropuerto de Culiacán que estaba a punto de despegar con destino a la Ciudad de México.
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Tellez, 42, who made the video, was traveling with his wife and children, ages 7, 4, and 1, after spending Christmas with family. He told Reuters that he had reached the airport for an 8:24 a.m. flight despite the overnight firing. Tellez said that upon hearing that gang members were at the airport, Tellez hid in the bathroom with his family. However, the rumor turned out to be false and the Aero Mexico passengers quickly boarded their planes.
Meanwhile, he started making videos from his phone. He told that he was recording from the plane two large transport aircraft of the Air Force, small, fighter-like attack aircraft, and military trucks. Then the sound of gunfire started echoing from a distance. A video circulating on social media shows the same incident, with passengers crouching down in their seats as a baby cries.
A flight attendant told that there was a collision in the engine, due to which the leak started. The crew instructed the passengers to disembark, taking them to a windowless waiting room in the airport. It is not clear who was firing at whom.