A Yucatecan citizen is reported in critical condition after being shot on Monday June 17, around 9:30 pm, in downtown Cancun, Q. Roo.
The facts were recorded on Avenida Uxmal, Supermanzana 24, downtown Cancun, where emergency services arrived after reports of gunfire against a male person.
In a video recorded by a witness, the injured idenitifies himself as Jorge Solís, and claims not to have any relatives in the city of Cancun.
— De Peso (@DePeso_) 18 de junio de 2019
Unofficial versions indicate that Jorge, of Yucatecan origin, was shot during a robbery; he was attacked by an unidentified man wearing a pink polo shirt and a white cap.
Police officers and paramedics arrived on site and found Jorge wounded, lying in a pool of blood. He was transferred in an ambulance to the IMSS Clinic located on Avenida Coba, where he was denied medical attention.
Afterwards, he was taken to the General Hospital where he was admitted, apparently in serious condition.
The Yucatan Times Newsroom with information from SIPSE
more recommended stories
Campeche Prosecutor’s Office carried out a search warrant in the house of “Alito” Moreno
The Campeche Prosecutor’s Office carried out.
After a shark attack, teenager will have her leg amputated in Florida
The teenager who survived a shark attack last.
Hurricane Bonnie drops heavy rain on the Mexican Pacific Coast but causes little damage
Hurricane Bonnie moved roughly parallel to.
US Immigration detention facility near empty
A sprawling, privately run detention center.
Expansion of the Port of Progreso will increase its capacity by 6%
According to the Master Program of.
Progreso celebrates its 151st anniversary
In Puerto Progreso, the holiday season.
Femicide protocol activated in Merida’s Francisco de Montejo subdivision
A woman was found dead inside.
Renán Barrera present at the anniversary of the Cuxtal Ecological Reserve
Within the framework of the 29th.
Man gunned down in Timucuy, Yucatan
Investigations continue around a tragic incident.
SCOTUS supports Biden’s initiative to end Trump ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday.