The scrawled images of the scene of the murder of three Mormon mothers and six of their children after the cartel's gunmen opened fire show a blood-stained baby seat and bulletproof glass.
Murderers ambushed three SUVs on a dirt road, killing nine U.S. citizens living in northern Mexico in a brutal attack Monday that left one vehicle burnt, surrounded by bullets, authorities said on Tuesday.
The dead include eight-month-old twins, Titus and Tiana, their mother Ronita Miller and siblings 10-year-old Crystal and 12-year-old Howard.
Two other mothers, Downa Langford and Christina Langford Johnson, as well as Downa's sons, aged 1
Sketched images of the murder of three Mormon mothers and six of their children after Cartel gunners discovered ha fire, show blood stained seat of baby car, pictured
A bullet fired windshield after the drug cartel opened fire on Mormon families killing nine
The car burned in which some of those were killed during an ambush in Bavispe
The women were driving in separate vehicles with their children from the La Mora religious community, where alive, which is a decade-long settlement in Sonora, founded as part of the outgrowth of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Photos show one of the mother's car covered in blood stains. Another wreck burned after attackers set fire to her car, exploding the gas tank.
Eight youths were found alive after escaping from a vehicle and hiding in a brush. But at least five have suffered gunshot wounds or other injuries and have been treated in the United States, where they are listed as stable, according to officials and relatives.
Three other children are intact and remain with their family in Mexico.
Heart records from the hospital show that some injured people, including a baby, are being treated for their wounds.
In the video, a nine-month-old child identified as Brixon Oliver Langford tends to be physician-minded as the other children sit in shock, covered in blood and wounds tied with wounds. Brixon was shot in the chest.
A boy can be seen sleeping after the horrors he witnessed.
The video shared on Facebook was published by the aunt of the children, Dinora Liddiard. Four of the five Down's surviving children suffered gunshot wounds.
Dinora said that 14-year-old Kylie Evelyn Langford was shot in the leg. 13-year-old Devin Blake Langford was unharmed, but walked 14 miles to LaMore to get help after he hid his brothers, Liddiard said.
She added that nine-year-old Mackenzie Rhine Langford had grazed her hand. 8-year-old Cody Grayson Langford was shot in the jaw and leg. And Xander Boe Langford, four, was shot in the back, confirmed by Leader.
A nine-month-old child identified as Brixon Oliver Langford is raised by a doctor as another child sits in shock, covered with blood and wounds bandaged in a video on Facebook
Eight youths were found alive after escaping from vehicles and hiding in a brush. But at least five have suffered gunshot wounds or other injuries and have been treated in the United States, where they are listed as stable, officials and relatives said. Heart-wrenching footage from the hospital shows some victims
They were transported to hospitals in the United States after the attack. The relatives posted photos on social media of bloodied children comforting relatives at a Mexican hospital before being transferred.
Devastated relatives gathered at the scene of the killings Tuesday night. The photos show loved ones hugging each other when they witnessed the horror on Monday.
Authorities also released images of children who had been fired with the assistance of the Mexican Air Force.
One of the boys, who was unharmed in the attack, was credited with rescuing his injured younger relatives after the 13-year-old
Details have since emerged of the heroic efforts of a murdered mother to rescue her baby. Family members say Christina saved the life of her seven-month-old baby Faith by tossing the baby on the floor of their SUV while bullets pierced through the vehicle.
Christina Langford Johnson (left) and Downey Ray Langford (right) were also killed in two separate jeeps. Christina saved the life of her seven-month-old baby Faith by tossing the baby on the floor of their SUV. The attack killed two of Downa's children, 11-year-old Trevor and Rogan, at 3 years old.
in at least three American mothers and six children from the Mormon community, based in northern Mexico, were killed in an attack on drug cartels. Maria Ronita Miller was killed along with her six-month-old twins Titus and Tiana (left and right), 10-year-old daughter Crystal (left) and 12-year-old son Howard (center)
The interior of a bullet vehicle belonging to one of the Mormon Mexican-American families killed after a cartel opened fire on Monday
Soldiers assigned to the Mexican National Guard pass by a bullet truck belonging to a Mexican-US Morm on a family caught in Monday's massacre
Bullet strikes were seen on the door of one of the trucks. Nine members of the Lebaron family were attacked eight miles away while traveling in a convoy of three SUVs on a dirt road
Family members say Ronita was driving to Phoenix on Monday with her four children to pick up her husband at the airport after his working trip.
Relatives told DailyMail.com that her car broke down after blowing a tire. She returned to their community to pick up another car and left again shortly before the other two mothers left.
The gunmen opened fire and started their car, causing the gas tank to explode. She was killed with her four children.
Christina and Downa were traveling in separate jeeps with their own children.
They were on their way to see a family in Chihuahua for a wedding, which was scheduled for Friday, relatives told DailyMail.com.
Mexican Security Minister Alfonso Durazo has stated that the gunners may have confused the large SUVs of the group with those of rival gangs.
The slaughter of US citizens on Mexican soil quickly became an international problem with President Donald Trump on Tuesday promising to help Mexico.
"This is the moment when Mexico, with the help of the United States, can wage a WAR on drug cartels and to erase them from the face of the earth, "Trump tweeted.  Obrador, however, rejected this approach, saying, "The worst you can have is war."
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