Fernando Blake Mora, Mexico’s Interior Secretary, died today -November 11- in a helicopter crash. He was the second Interior Secretary to die this way in Felipe Calderon’s period as President. Three years ago Juan Camilo Mouriño, his predecessor, died in a plane crash.
Blake Mora traveled with seven other people, including Undersecretary for Legal Affairs and Human Rights Felipe Zamora, the ministry's spokesman Alfredo Garcia, and the ministry's technical secretary Miriam Aiton. There were no survivors.
Twitter users immediately began discussing the accident, and in a few hours #BlakeMora  and ‘Secretario de Gobernación’ became worldwide trending topics.
These are some of the most representative reactions:
Pamela Rice (@PamelaRc25) says this tragedy should have nothing to do with political parties:
Duele mucho ver a los opositores al Gobierno celebrar la muerte de #BlakeMora  como si fuese un triunfo político. ¡Dejó una familia, idiotas!
Juan Garcia (@juagarci) invites netizens to reflect on the whole situation:
El helicopterazo debería unir a partidos políticos y sociedad en general en apostar por un fin común: seguridad nacional. #BlakeMora 
Ginis Quintana (@henessy_benz) regrets today's situation  and the same episode that occurred three years ago with Mouriño:
A tweet that shocked twitter users was written yesterday by @morf0 who some claim predicted the accident hours  before it happened:
Mañana a las 11/11 les caerá un secretario del cielo… evite reforma.
After the commotion caused by his tweet, CNN México  [es] reports that @morf0 clarified his tweet was just a “terrible coincidence”.
In Blake Mora’s last tweet he remembered the death of his predecessor , Juan Camilo Mouriño:
Hoy recordamos a Juan Camilo Mouriño a tres años de su partida, un ser humano que trabajo en la construcción de un México mejor.