Shooting at AICM’s Terminal 1 sparks panic and heavy police deployment | News from Mexico

MEXICO CITY – Shooting Terminal 1 Mexico City International Airport (AICM) sparked moments of panic. Emergency services They moved fast In response to the situation, detection is minimal Two shell casings nearby Door 2. Inside the terminal, people took shelter from the gunfire.

Currently, At least two people are receiving treatment by emergency personnel at a multi-vehicle scene. Access to the sidewalk is closed due to ongoing investigations.

Components of the Civil Defense Secretariat of Mexico City (SSC CDMX) Have come to AICM In order to deal with the emergency, measures should be taken to cordon off the area to speed up the affected traffic due to the closure of the lanes.

AICM reports on firing at Terminal 1

A.I.C.M He published the information about this incident on his social media. According to the report,

Minutes earlier, the Mexico City police, in an operation to harass alleged criminals, were involved in a confrontation near Carlos León Avenue that resulted in the injury of a police officer and the detention of another. The security apparatus of the Navy, airport security and auxiliary police was immediately activated. None of the passengers and visitors were harmed. “Relevant judicial authorities are acting at this time.”

It is important to highlight that the consequences Limited to traffic issues Near Airport, from Flights and internal operations continue Grow normally.

According to investigations, there was a shooting incident Penon Avenue and Interior CircuitLocated in the Peñón de los Baños neighborhood Office of the Mayor of Venustiano Carranza. When did the conflict begin? The criminals opened fire on the agents In his presence, a chase ensues.

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