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(Ramón “Tonito” Zayas)

Almost a week after organized crime schemes took the lives of five people at the Ramos Antonini residential complex in Río Piedras, the only mechanics workshops that prepares bullet-proof cars in Puerto Rico received at least two new customers willing to pay over $ 70,000 to have the highest level of protection on the road possible, thus totaling 20 the number of this type of vehicles that the company has produced so far this year and showing the turn in this industry after Hurricane María struck the island two years ago.