Mexican Navy rules out that the helicopter involved in the capture of drug lord Caro Quintero was shot down

The Mexican Navy has confirmed that the ‘Black Kawk’ helicopter involved in the arrest of drug trafficker Rafael Caro Quintero, and crashed on Friday in the state of Sinaloa, was not shot down, but that the event was an accident.

Mexican authorities confirmed on Friday the death of fourteen people after a Navy helicopter crashed in the state of Sinaloa, in northwestern Mexico. Contradicting the first version of the authorities, the president of the country, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, confirmed that the aircraft was carrying out the mission of “supporting those who executed the arrest warrant against Rafael Caro Quintero”.

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Now, after the controversy generated, Navy sources have confirmed to the Mexican newspaper ‘El Universal’ that, despite the fact that the helicopter was involved in the case of the drug trafficker, its fall to the ground was the result of an accident and not an attack, although an investigative commission has been set up to shed light on what happened.

Over the weekend, Mexican authorities concluded with the arrest of Caro Quintero, one of the ten most wanted men in the world and for whom the United States Justice was offering up to 20 million dollars –about 19.7 million euros–.

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One of the aircraft participating in the operation, with fifteen people on board, crashed near the international airport of Los Mochis, leaving only one occupant alive but seriously injured.

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