We have been informed by a well reliable source that a student from the Corozal Junior College (CJC), located on the outskirts of Corozal Town and the beginning of San Andres Village, is reported to be hospitalized at the Northern Regional Hospital in Orange Walk, following a stabbing incident on Thursday afternoon.
Details are still being confirmed, but according to information received by eye witnesses they say that the two male students got into a fight over a seat on the bus yesterday afternoon.
This disturbance is being labeled Invest 94L by the National Hurricane Center.
The Belize radar shows that 94L has only a few poorly-organized clusters of heavy thunderstorms over the Yucatan Peninsula, Belize, Honduras, Guatemala, and the adjacent waters.
Daniel Mendez, 30 year old Belizean Came Farmer of Concepcion Village within the Corozal District, reported to Corozal Police that around 9:00 PM on Friday October 18th, 2014 he was walking down a feeder road, heading home after purchasing some groceries from the local grocery store when out of nowhere three men appeared who he identified as (1) Celedonio Pinelo, (2) Hermain Rodriguez and (3) Manuel Flores, all from the same village.
Tropical Depression Nine has formed in the Gulf of Mexico’s Bay of Campeche, and will bring dangerous heavy rains of 5 – 10 inches to Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula during the next two days.
Satellite loops show that TD 9 has only a small amount of heavy thunderstorms near its center, and these thunderstorms are poorly organized, due to high wind shear of 20 – 30 knots.