Two Americans abducted in Mexico are alive, two have died
Two of the four Americans missing Friday in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas are alive, and two are dead, the state’s governor said Tuesday during a news conference on a call with Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.
ABC News reported that the four people who were abducted were Latavia “Tai” McGee, Shaid Woodard, Zindell Brown, and Eric James Williams.
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Separately, a Mexican official told Reuters on Tuesday that two men had been found dead. The woman and another person are alive, safe and in the hands of authorities, the official said.
Tamaulipas Governor Americo Villarreal told López Obrador on the call that one of the survivors was injured.
López Obrador said one person has been detained in connection with the kidnapping.