05/23/2018 The Washington Post
A bus full of assembly plant workers was hit by gunfire in the northern Mexico border city of Reynosa on Wednesday, and 13 people were wounded, two of them seriously.
The driver told authorities that the bus was in motion when it apparently entered the crossfire between two rival gang factions before 7 a.m.
Tamaulipas state security spokesman Luis Alberto Rodriguez said the bus shooting could be related to other shooting incidents in which three alleged gunmen died in the city on the border with Texas.
Reynosa’s violence has been attributed to factions of the Gulf cartel fighting for control of lucrative smuggling routes.