MEXICO CITY (AP) — One man died and two others were wounded Friday when a gunman on a motorcycle opened fire on a vehicle on an entrance road just outside the Mexico City airport.
The intended victims were traveling in an SUV to the airport’s Terminal 2 when they came under fire.
They returned fire, killing the attacker, and were later treated themselves for injuries that were not considered life-threatening.
Mexico City police did not reveal the identity of any of those involved or a possible motive in the attack.
In 2012 there was a shootout inside the airport, when three police officers were killed as they tried to arrest two fellow officers accused of drug trafficking.