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People stand near the burned vehicle where part of the nine murdered members of the family were killed and burned during an ambush in Bavispe, Sonora mountains, Mexico, Nov. 5, 2019.

The man said a convoy of three vehicles had set out Monday from La Mora - a decades-old settlement founded as part of an offshoot of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - but were attacked by cartel gunmen in what he said may have been a case of mistaken identity.

They are thought to be dual US Mexican citizens, many people living in the community are from the U.S. but live in Mexico.

The 7-month-old baby who miraculously survived Mexican drug cartel gunfire while strapped in a auto seat was reunited with her father Tuesday, bringing hope and healing to the grieving family. Faith was found buckled into her auto seat in the floor space of one of the three SUVs that was gunned down.

When the killers struck, the families were spread out along a 12-mile (20 km) stretch of road near the border of the two states, according to Mexican authorities and the families. Mckenzie walked for hours in the dark before she was found several hours after the other children were rescued. Dawna, 43, and two of her sons - Devin's youthful brothers, Trevor, 11, and Rogan, 2½ - died as bullets tore by way of their automotive.

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Some hours earlier, the La Linea arm of the Chihuahua-based Juarez Cartel sent gunmen to defend the state border area, after attacks in a nearby town by the Los Salazar faction of the rival Sinaloa Cartel, a top Mexican general told reporters.

A 13-year-old boy walked for six hours to get help for his ambushed family after hiding his brothers and sisters in the bushes in Mexico to keep them safe from gunfire.

The nine dead had been dual citizens in Mexico and the United States, authorities have said.

A third SUV - about 10 miles behind the other two - had been headed to an airport in Arizona, Miller said.

In response to Liddiard, the toddler, 9-month-oldschool Brixon Oliver Langford, modified into once shot within the chest and had a bullet graze his wrist within the shootout. "We're taught from a young age to - the most - the best thing you can do in your life is to give your life for someone else, and if we ever have an opportunity to help somebody, we do".

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The older lady, 14-year-oldschool Kylie Evelyn Langford, modified into once shot within the foot, Liddiard acknowledged.

The dead included two 8-month-old twins and a toddler, relatives said.

"All shot and burned in their vehicle", the families' statement said.

As nightfall loomed, 9-year-old McKenzie Langford - who was shot in the wrist - grew anxious about Devin and said, "I gotta go find him", Lafe Langford said. "All they found was charred remains, ash and bones", Kendra Lee Miller said.

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