Truck with Utah plates crashes into vendors, other cars at U.S.-Mexico border

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TIJUANA, Mexico (ABC4 News) – Two people in a truck with Utah license plates crashed into vendors and other vehicles on the Tijuana side of the U.S. – Mexico border Monday. 

Two people in a black Chevy got into a fight with a pedestrian near San Ysidro Port of Entry at Boulevard Gral Manuel Marquez de Leon and Paseo de Los Heroes, according to ABC affiliate KGTV which cited Tijuana Police Chief Mario Martinez.

Shortly after the fight, the suspects reportedly drove to the border crossing and hit more than 15 cars waiting to cross into the United States and ran over about 15 vendors.

Martinez told Mexican agency, Televisa, among the four reported injuries one person’s injuries were severe. 

A man and a woman who Televisa reported are possibly American are suspects in this incident. The two were reportedly arrested and transported to the hospital.

Officials are still investigating the motive behind the incident.

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