With norteño music and cries of justice, family and friends say goodbye to Patzy Ximena Hernández Acevedo, a student at the College of Bachilleres N°2 who died in 100 Meters Avenue after the explosion of a fire at the height of his head. The scene was tragic, because the student died almost immediately from “craniocerebral trauma”. His body was lying a few meters from the National Polytechnic (IPN) station.
Patzy’s body was released to her parents after a legal necropsy was completed. The authorities of the State of Mexico are looking for the attacker, of whom they already have a description, even one of the lines of investigation shows that he may meet at the College of Sciences and Humanities of Plantel Vallejo, located a few meters from where the fatal attack occurred. .
Let family and friends gather for a final farewell
Due to the late hours of the night and the angle, it is difficult to find the face of the attackers, but the case was left to the head of the Femicide Office because of the characteristics of the attacks. Early versions indicate that Patzy and her boyfriend, known as Armando, left the field; and he went to his house and left her with a group of friends. Some time later the couple received a call from a colleague, who was known as Lisandro, who told them to return because Patzy was injured and lying on the ground.
In Northern music and slogans of justice, the girl is set on fire
The Investigative Police (PDI) is examining the cameras of the C5, showing an explosive device directly opposite the area where he went with his friends. There are several versions, one of which is that the assailants fled on a motorcycle, the other in a car.
Who was Patzy?
After the sad incident, social networks began to denounce the violence experienced in the field and the constant harassment that their community experiences, according to articles by CCH Vallejo. On the other hand, they began to publish messages dedicated to Patzy, which are memories of the moments they spent with her.
“I am devoting myself to building the best year of my life,” that was what the 17-year-old woman published last January through her social networks. Four months later the dreams of becoming a professional and career were shattered. They describe her as a smiling, happy and studious girl.
“You study, you work, you are beautiful, you are responsible, you manage your money, you are educated, you are respectful, you have a vision and plans for the future; no one appreciates what he does not deserve. have you” was another publication made by a student
In the photos shared by the mother, known as Dalia, Ximena is shown when she was a baby, the photos were made to be kept in the privacy of her home, so that they would not seek justice and be disseminated in the media.
“My most beautiful, my everything,” wrote the mother