Texas Border Patrol Agent Shot; Was It An Act Of Mexican Terrorism?

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RIO GRANDE CITY, Texas — A Texas State Trooper was shot while patrolling the Texas border.
Starr County officials confirmed to Breitbart Texas that a trooper was apparently struck by a stray bullet from a gun battle taking place across the Mexican border. The shooting took place near Roma, Texas, an area immediately north of Miguel Aleman.

The trooper was airlifted to a hospital in McAllen where he is expected to recover.

UPDATE 3:15pm local time

Law enforcement officials confirmed to Breitbart Texas that a U.S. Border Patrol agent was shot as well but his duty-issued ballistic gear protected him.

Federal and state authorities are looking into the case to determine if the shots were in fact a stray bullets from a gun battle on the Mexican side or if they were purposely aimed at law enforcement.

Texas Department of Public Safety Sgt. Johnny Hernandez confirmed to Breitbart Texas that the trooper was shot in the leg. He is undergoing tests and is expected to recover.

(via: Breitbart)

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