"Here we are very worried for what's happening once again at the mine. Access to the municipality has been blocked, there are enormous trees blocking the road to Jalapa and at least six in various palces on the road between Soledad Grande and our municipality. We're trying to get chainsaws so that we can send people to clear the roads."
Here's another report with another quote from the governor of the Santa Rosa region:
"There were gunshots [during the protest] when unidentified individuals used large calibre weapons* and unfortunately two people from the security firm, Golán, contracted by the San Rafael mine, subsidiary of Canadian Tahoe Resources, died."
"I would like to take this opportunity to say to all concerned that this is not the wya to solve problems, We have to enter into dialogue and avoid these type of incidents that have brought grief to many families."