Firefighters from Miami-Dade County Are Called to FCI Miami After a “Bloody” Gang Fight!

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue personnel responded to the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) Miami on Saturday following a violent altercation described by two federal correctional officers as a “bloody” gang fight. The incident occurred at the low-security facility located at 15801 SW 137 Ave., near ZooMiami. According to one of the correctional officers, the injuries were severe and resulted from a clash between members of Puerto Rican and Mexican gangs housed at the prison.

The conflict reportedly involved members of the Puerto Rican prison gangs La Asociación ÑETA and El Grupo De Los 27, which are known to regularly engage in violent disputes within the facility. The fight left several inmates injured, necessitating immediate medical attention and intervention from Miami-Dade Fire Rescue personnel. The exact number of injured inmates has not been disclosed, but sources indicate that the scene was chaotic, with significant bloodshed.

The Federal Correctional Institution Miami, which includes a low-security prison and an adjacent minimum-security satellite camp, has a history of gang-related violence. Earlier this year, the facility made headlines when a 43-year-old Puerto Rican inmate escaped but later surrendered. This escape incident highlighted ongoing security challenges and concerns about the management of gang activities within the prison.

Adding to the facility’s notoriety, Peter Navarro, a former adviser to President Donald Trump, is currently serving a four-month sentence at the adjacent minimum-security satellite camp for defying a subpoena. Navarro’s presence at the facility has drawn additional public and media attention to the prison.

The environment at FCI Miami is described by insiders as tense, with frequent conflicts between gang members contributing to an unstable atmosphere. The low-security designation of the prison does little to mitigate the intensity of gang rivalries, which often escalate into violent confrontations.

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue responds to FCI Miami after 'bloody' gang fight

In response to the latest incident, prison authorities are likely to conduct a thorough investigation to understand the root causes of the fight and to implement measures to prevent future occurrences. This could involve increased surveillance, stricter inmate management protocols, and enhanced coordination with local law enforcement agencies to address the underlying issues of gang violence.

The Miami-Dade Fire Rescue team’s prompt response underscores the serious nature of the injuries sustained and the potential risks involved in managing such a volatile inmate population. As the investigation continues, authorities will focus on restoring order within the facility and ensuring the safety and security of both the inmates and the staff.

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The recent gang fight at FCI Miami is a stark reminder of the persistent challenges faced by correctional institutions in managing gang dynamics and maintaining a safe environment for all. The incident has drawn attention to the need for comprehensive strategies to address gang-related violence in prisons, including targeted intervention programs, improved inmate supervision, and stronger collaboration with external law enforcement agencies.

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