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Saturday, May 29, 2021

CDN Tropa del Infierno Battle in Nuevo Laredo

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Nuevo Laredo battle on Airport Ave, May 27 2021.

Initial reporting indicates a group of hitmen from CDN Tropa del Infierno tried to ambush members of the military. A half hour long battle turned chase ensued in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas.


On May 27 2021, at roughly 2:30pm a shooting broke out on Airport Avenue in western Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas. The earliest, unconfirmed reports are that the shooting began when a group of alleged Cartel Del Noreste (CDN), or Northeast Cartel, members tried to ambush members of the military. The cartel members were reportedly a part of Tropa del Infierno, an infamous armed wing of CDN. 


The ambush on the military led to an outright gun battle. The shoot out reportedly lasted for over half an hour and prevented all traffic in the area. In videos shared on social media, shots from high-powered firearms can be heard. Photos of the incident depict multiple vehicles damaged, as if from crashing. A yellow school bus, white car and two unknown black vehicles can be seen in photos with visible damage.


A civilian bystander reportedly working at a fried food company was injured by a bullet from the crossfire. He was reportedly hit in the left leg and is in stable condition. Several uninvolved vehicles were also damaged by the projectiles from the firefight.

The gun battle ended in a chase, with the cartel members being chased by military personnel. Reportedly the chase affected the Voluntad y Trabajo, Reservas Territoriales, Unión del Recuerdo, Nuevo Era and Villas de San Miguel neighborhoods of Nuevo Laredo.



Battle at Airport Ave in Nuevo Laredo.


Vehicle damage reportedly caused by Nuevo Laredo battle.

More vehicle damage reportedly caused by Nuevo Laredo battle.


More vehicle damage reportedly caused by Nuevo Laredo battle.



Sources: Excelsior, Diario De ColimaQuinto Poder QRPValor Por Tamaulipas, @Tamaulipasrtc1 on Twitter, Codigo Rojo



13 comments:

  1. Military personal drops those teenagers like fly’s.

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    1. Military don't take captives.

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  2. Jake stimulus manMay 29, 2021 at 5:12 PM

    Yeah they recruiter

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  3. 1988 Rayado - JabonMay 29, 2021 at 5:22 PM

    We need the CJNG up north already! Things will be calmer once they’re here. Can’t wait until they take over Zacatecas and Aguascalientes so they can advance to Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas.

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    1. My head really is hurting just by reading this comment. Not sure if it's due to frustration or just brain cells burning up. We really have dudes out here cheerleading cartels. Just wow.

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    2. Zeta controlled to the end.
      Burst that bubble.

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    3. U don't even know wtf u talkin bout Morrilo

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    4. Are You crazy? Cjng are the Most bloodthirsty and savage people there are right now. Every Werk You hear of a New Mass grave in Jalisco where they cause all the death.

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    5. @5:22 No digas pendejadas, en el golfo de Mex los queman en corto alv.

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  4. Holy shit, where's the Intel ? You should be able to hunt these guys to their little burrows, nueva Laredo it's a city but it ain't that big. I don't get it.

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    1. Exactly, that is insane. Tropa del Infierno has so many members and vehicles yet they operate freely in a city of less that half a million population wtf

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    2. If cdn operates like the zetas did in zacatecas in the early 2000s. most of the trucks and sicarios are in the outskrits of the town, usually in ranching communities. that is how CJNG operates in the coast of jalisco. they are in the towns only for the patrol and they have taking over ranches to hide and store all of their equipment.

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  5. Not fair. Living in place as beautiful as Mexico. And not knowing if this day is your last because of power hungry assholes

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