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American couple killed in Mexico in front of their 12-year-old son

Paul Nielsen Memorial GoFundMe Utah couple shot and killed in Mexico SOURCE: Paul Nielsen Memorial GoFundMe American couple killed in Mexico in front of their 12-year-old son, family says A couple from Utah was shot and killed while in Mexico last week.According to KUTV the couple's 12-year-old son was in the car and injured in…
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Utah couple shot and killed in Mexico

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Utah couple shot and killed in Mexico

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American couple killed in Mexico in front of their 12-year-old son, family says

A couple from Utah was shot and killed while in Mexico last week.According to KUTV the couple’s 12-year-old son was in the car and injured in the shooting.The victims were Paul Nielsen, 48, and Janeth Vasquez, 43.SPD Noticias, a Mexican news outlet, reported the family was driving through Petatlan in the state of Guerrero at the time of the shooting. They did not stop at a police checkpoint and were shot.Nielsen’s sister started a GoFundMe.”My brother Paul was killed in Mexico today 7/18/19. We are trying to raise enough money to help his family in anyway they need. It is going to be a huge ordeal bringing his body back to the US and any amount will help,” she wrote.Mexican news outlet Quadratin reported that the governor called the incident “a priority issue to investigate.”

PETATLÁN, Gro. —

A couple from Utah was shot and killed while in Mexico last week.

According to KUTV the couple’s 12-year-old son was in the car and injured in the shooting.

The victims were Paul Nielsen, 48, and Janeth Vasquez, 43.

SPD Noticias, a Mexican news outlet, reported the family was driving through Petatlan in the state of Guerrero at the time of the shooting. They did not stop at a police checkpoint and were shot.

Nielsen’s sister started a GoFundMe.

“My brother Paul was killed in Mexico today 7/18/19. We are trying to raise enough money to help his family in anyway they need. It is going to be a huge ordeal bringing his body back to the US and any amount will help,” she wrote.

Mexican news outlet Quadratin reported that the governor called the incident “a priority issue to investigate.”

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