The bodies of two men were found hanging Saturday morning from an overpass located between Ignacio Zaragoza Boulevard and Lechería-Chamapa Highway, in the neighborhood of Las Torres de Atizapán, Mexico State.
The men, between 20 and 30 years old, apparently were shot and then hung with ropes from the bridge.
On the road they found several shell casings and a narcomensaje, which is not, as of yet, being shared.
One of the victims was wearing gray sweatshirt and dark green pants, while the other wore blue sweatshirt and blue pants.
Prosecution personnel of Atizapán were made aware of the matter. Municipal, state police and municipal Civil Protection arrived on the scene.
Following the discovery, an officer from the Special Police secured the perimeter of about 50 meters from the bridge Ignacio Zaragoza, so that the railways towards the City were closed to traffic.
At about 7:05 and with the help of a ladder, fire personnel released the bodies to the Forensic Medical Service.
To 8:00 traffic was restored in both directions and retired emergency services.
This is the second time that the bodies of dead people were found hanging from bridges in the state of Mexico. the first was on Paseo de Interlomas, Huixquilucan on August 11, 2011 where a decapitated man was hung from a bridge with a message from La Mano con Ojos. On November 17 2011, a body of another male was found hanging from the bridge Valle del Júcar, in the neighborhood Valle de Aragón, Ecatepec.