Two-year-old boy dies from gunshot in Mexico

Mexican Police reported The death of a 2-year-old boy as a result of a gunshot wound during the celebration of a protective festival in the Mexican town of Toluca in the center of the country.

According to the latest report by the Mexican State Security Minister (SSEM), the underage boy was on the street with his grandmother in front of his house, watching the fireworks on the occasion of the protective feast. boy was hit by a bullet, reported as ‘Millennium’. “Suddenly, they heard firearm explosions, their grandchildren immediately collapsed in blood, so they were taken to the hospital,” the SSEM said in a statement.

The 2-year-old boy was taken to a nearby hospital after being hit by the bullet. However, once the toilets at the medical center confirmed that the minor had died.

The main hypothesis of the event, in a fight lost lead would have reached the smallest, but the Mexican State Attorney General’s Office has not closed other areas of investigation. No one has been arrested so far and the Police are continuing their investigation.

Source: Informacion

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