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Multiple shootings are recorded in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas (VIDEO)

Multiple shootings are recorded in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, classes are suspended and the US issues an alert, closing down their Consulate in that city.

On social networks, residents of the border municipality have shared photos and videos of the clashes.

Around 4:30 in the morning, residents of different neighborhoods in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, were awakened by armed confrontations between civilians and public security agents. Through videos, citizens reported the clashes in different parts of town forcing the suspension of classes in the morning shift.

In the material disseminated through Facebook, Telegram, and Twitter, the detonations of large-caliber weapons are heard.



Also through social networks, the Consulate of the United States Government confirmed that the offices were closed until further notice.


Due to the clashes, burning of units, and blockades, the public transport delegation in the border city suspended the urban transport service due to the high-risk situation.

Also through social networks, the Consulate of the United States Government confirmed that the offices were closed until further notice.

“Due to an emergency situation in the city, all appointments scheduled for today (November 28, 2022) at the US Consulate General Nuevo Laredo and the CAS will be rescheduled. We will contact you to reschedule your appointment.”

It was also these authorities who confirmed that the acts of violence this morning occurred after the arrest of a criminal member of an organized crime group that operates in that area of ​​Tamaulipas.

Until now, the Tamaulipas Secretary of Public Security has not officially reported on the acts of violence.

On the other hand, the mayor of Nuevo Laredo reports that the authorities of the Regional Education Center (CREDE) have suspended classes at the basic level, while on social networks, residents of the border municipality have shared photos and videos of the clashes.

Source: El Heraldo de Mexico

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