Mexican Army Kills 25 in Cartel Clash
Two soldiers injured in Zetas shootout
By Rob Quinn,  Newser Staff
Posted Sep 3, 2010 3:22 AM CDT
A soldier walks past a pick-up truck and seized weapons near the town of Ciudad Mier in northern Mexico.   (AP Photo/SEDENA)

(Newser) – A Mexican military shootout with suspected drug cartel members near the US border finished with 25 cartel members dead and two soldiers wounded. Soldiers moved in after an airborne patrol spotted gunmen in front of a ranch building, CNN reports. Three captives were found at the property, which the military believes was a training camp for the Zetas cartel.