In the land of shootouts (balaceras) although comparatively swift, this gunfight of May 29th it is impressive. But the real story, is that of the man whose voice can be heard in the audio portion of the video, presumably with his wife and child, as they unpredictably find themselves in immediate proximity to gunfire.
In the video, apparently he, a female, and at least one child are aboard a vehicle when they encounter a startling impasse. The man instructs the woman to continue driving and quickly leave the area.
The woman is driving and panic sets in, she does nothing, probably in fear of making a mistake. The man then tells her to put the car in reverse and get out, but she is frozen in fear. The man pleads with her to calm down and be quiet; everyone in the vehicle is now crouched down as much as possible.
After the shooting subsides, anger replaces fear He is heard scolding the woman, “I told you to go, and you did nothing!” “I told you to hit the accelerator and you fucking did nothing!” She defends herself, yelling back that she was too scared.
The man turns to the child, “it’s ok, its calm, and nothing happened. The woman chimes in and tells the child he can get up now, the man says it’s ok, it is calm now, “no pasa nada, no pasa nothing.” (nothing happened, its ok)
You can hear the man melting into emotion; his anger is replaced by fear at the realization of what just happened.
He begins to cry, saying that today a catastrophic event occurred, one that they could have been killed in, but they all came out unscathed, he is grateful they were protected, he says between his sobs, to no one in particular, or maybe God, to acknowledge what happened aloud.