Authorities in the Cesar report reported the ELN attacks yesterday. The attacks left several people injured, vehicles cremated and the bridge destroyed by explosive charge.
Goblets would also have made graphites alluding to the said subversive group in several trucks, intercity buses and ambulances.
The first of them on the road linking the cities of Besote and La Mata, La Gloria, south of Cesar, when several heavily armed men with military clothes stopped vehicles traveling through that sector and burning the tractor. Six was injured and several cars burned.
The second case was recorded on the road connecting the municipalities of San Roque and Curumaní, south of Cesar, where five people were injured.
There was also a mining bridge between the La Mata-Besote road. For now, the authorities in Cesar have not given details of the attacks on the south of the department.
The day of the simultaneous attacks, the wave of violence recently associated with Cesar has been associated with. Just a month ago, two uniforms were killed by an explosive charge that was activated on the way to La Gloria-Pelaya. It is unclear who is responsible for this assault, but it is known that Camilo Torres is on the front of ELN, possibly responsible for these recent attacks in the department.