Car bomb explodes in Mexico where 72 bodies found

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
August 27, 2010 18:29

SAN FERNANDO, Mexico — Two cars exploded early Friday, in front of the offices of a major Mexican television station and a transit police station, in a northern state where officials are investigating the massacre of 72 Central and South American migrants.

There were no injuries in either explosion, though both caused some damage to buildings and knocked out the signal of the Televisa network for several hours in Ciudad Victoria, the capital of the drug gang-plagued state of Tamaulipas. The explosion outside Televisa was felt for several blocks.

Soldiers were blocking access to the building, Televisa said.


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