American Consulate Employers in Mexico Advised to ‘Shelter in Place’ Because of the Border Activities 

On Monday, during a conflict with Mexican marines, four people were killed. In Mexico City Matamoros, the American Consulate Employers imposed an emergency alert to shelter in place because of the outbreak of gun brutality in the city. 

Because of gun violence, the Consulate revealed that their workers are now under a “shelter-in-place order.” The administration urged other American citizens to take the same safety measures. 

The Matamoros Consulate general wrote a post on social media, saying that Consulate employees are currently under a shelter-in-place order until 1:30 PM in Matamoros due to gun violence occurring in the city.

Post continued, “We recommend you shelter in place and stay tuned until further updates in your area. This week, in Matamoros, was on highlights of brutal gun violence after a conflict including Mexican marines.

The United States consulate companies in Mexico advised to 'shelter in place' because of border activities
American consulate firms in Mexico suggested to ‘shelter in place’ because of border activities

On Monday, in an encounter with Mexican officials throughout an inquiry into kidnapping, 4 people were killed. Matamoros is situated over the Rio Grande from Brownsville, Texas.

Matamoros Situation Right Now

In recent years, Matamoros has been on highlights because of gang activities and brutal crime. Because of these crime activities, the area situation is not good. That’s why officials seek to maintain law and order and beat organized crimes.

Due to the increased danger of brutal targeting of Americans, the American State Department warned the citizens of the travel area of Matamoros, located in Tamaulipas, one of six Mexican states.

The American State Department writes of Tamaulipas that don’t travel due to crime and kidnapping. They added, “Organized crime activity – including armed robbery, murder, gun battles, forced disappearances, carjacking, kidnapping, sexual assault, extortion, and kidnapping is common over the northern border and in Ciudad Victoria.”

Four U.S. Citizens were abducted in Matamoros at the start of this year. On March seven, Mexican forces saved the survivors from a shelter where they were being detained. Due to gunshot wounds suffered before their kidnapping, two of the individuals died.

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