HUIXQUILUCAN, Estado de México.- On Wednesday April 11th, a teen was fatally injured after one of his classmates entered the telesecundaria where they were studying to shoot him, minutes later the aggressor committed suicide at his home.
According to reports from the municipal police, there was a fight between students at the Alfredo del Mazo telesecundaria in the El Olivo neighborhood in the municipality of Huixquilucan, Estado de México.
Due to this situation, one of the teenagers shot his classmate in the head.
Omar “N”, the alleged assailant, who was only 17 years old, shot Luis Alfredo “N” inside the school premises, then left the place to later commit suicide inside his own home. Luis Alfredo was taken to the Lomas Verdes Hospital in critical condition, where he died hours later.
It was said that Omar was a victim of bullying.
The Mexican Public Prosecutor’s Office carries out the corresponding investigations to determine if the same weapon killed both students.
more recommended stories
Xcaret postpones the 14th edition of the Sacred Maya Journey
The return of the traditional Sacred.
A woman is crushed to death when a tree falls on top of her car on the Mérida-Valladolid highway
A strange accident happened on Thursday,.
With these local flowers, you help prevent the loss of bees in Yucatan
Every May 20, World Bee Day.
US government officials talk about UFOs publicly for the first time in 50 years
Two senior U.S. defense intelligence officials.
The US Embassy to invest 30 million USD in the “South of Mexico Generating Employment and Sustainability” program
In alliance with seven governments from.
Face-to-face courses return to La Ibérica de Mérida; they will celebrate a big event on Sunday
On Sunday, May 22, the Centro.
Construction worker arrested for sexual abuse against a maid inside a hotel in Tulum, Quintana Roo
The municipal police of Tulum, in.
Yucatan is about to receive the first cloud of dust from the Sahara desert in 2022
A cloud of dust from the.
Yucatecans seek to sell one ton of Cochinita Pibil and 6 thousand panuchos in Mexico City
With the “Yucatán Expone” program, Yucatecan.
Mérida Municipal Police officer returns wallet to owner with more than 5 thousand pesos
The Mérida Municipal Police agent Roberto.