Baja California Shooting – A sad event took place in the state of Baja California when a gang of armed individuals opened fire on people competing in an all-terrain car competition. The event happened in the southern part of Ensenada, Mexico. As of right now, “it is in close coordination with the Baja California State Attorney General’s Office, in order to assist in the inquiries that lead to the clarification of the facts,” they reported. The Mayor of Playa Hermosa, Armando Ayala Robles, expressed his regret for an assault that was committed against runners who were taking part in the festivities associated with an event known as “Cachanillazo.” The runners had departed the Playa Hermosa neighborhood early on Saturday morning.
I am in consistent contact with the office of the state attorney general, as well as with the federal businesses that are part of all three levels of government, in order to supply any and all information that may be required. In a similar vein, surveillance was ramped up in the wards located in the southern part of the municipality, and efforts to identify and track down the individuals responsible for the attack are still ongoing, according to what he stated.
He acknowledged the assistance provided by the Attorney General of the State, Ricardo Iván Carpio Sánchez, who had commissioned a special investigation committee to look into the matter. A report was received by the municipal police at 2:18 p.m. warning of firearm detonations, as well as multiple injured people, according to the information provided in the report.
The report also claimed that in the region located on the Transpeninsular highway, kilometer 90 in the area of the San Vicente delegation, a recent model gray van arrived. From the vehicle, persons got out and began firing with long guns at the runners who were parked there. The report indicated that this occurred in the area of the San Vicente delegation. In order to respond to the situation, members of the municipal Police, the State Citizen Security Force, the Secretary of the Navy, the Secretary of National Defense, the State Investigation Agency (AEI), and the Fire Department all traveled to the region. The Mexican Red Cross also dispatched rescue workers.