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Pedro Sola was trapped in Mazatlán during the drug attacks for the capture of Ovidio Guzmán

what happened to Mexican driver Pedro Sola It is an experience that you will surely want to leave in the past.

I was alone spending vacations in the port of Mazatlan, in Sinaloaand posted on his Twitter social network an image showing the completely empty port.

This, thanks to the fact that the Mexican authorities asked the locals stay at home.

Sola’s posts did not go unnoticed by Internet users, who reacted to the images that uploaded on his Twitter.

In the first photo you can see that the driver of “windowing” posted an avenue in Mazatlán, total

So Mazatlan. There is not a soul on the street and everything is closed,” the communicator wrote in the Twitter post. The image is shown in broad daylight.

After his publication, his followers asked him to take care of himself and protect himself. They alerted him that it was not safe for him to be on the street, due to the generated violence in recent days in the sector.

“He is looking and he does not see Uncle Pedrito, Go take shelter.” “Now she is alone, Pedrito” and “Pedrito, get in, it’s still not safe,” they wrote to Pedro Sola.

These comments did not prevent the driver from taking the risk to launch another publication, this time on a beach in Mazatlán, and in which he wrote:

here i’ve been sitting, I have not moved from here ”, put Sola on her social network.

“Don’t move, Pedro., that the shooting is hard”; says one of the comments to the post.

In the image you can see Sola, posing, while behind is the beach, totally desolate.

What generated the wave of violence

All this wave of violence unleashed in the Mexican state is thanks to the arrest in recent days of Ovidio Guzmán, the son of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.

In this operation carried out on Mexican soil, 29 people died, 10 of them soldiers, the rest criminals.

Ovidio, alias “El Ratón”, was one of the lesser-known heirs of the Sinaloa cartel, until October 17, 2019, with the well-known “culiacanazo“.

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