We get out of the police vehicle and approach the officers to be told that two people have been killed. The second victim is inside the car.
There are several bullet holes in the driver's side window at the front of the car, a further bullet hole has penetrated the back window of the car.
Many bullet casings are scattered on the road, glinting under the street lights.
In the distance we see a priest approaching the body in the road. He kneels down and administers the last rites to the victim and then he walks away.
Some police officers take photographs of the scene, vehicles pass on the busy road next to us and some buses pass by carrying children.
They hang out of the windows of the bus trying to make sense of what they have seen.
Cries of grief
Rocks are placed next to the bullet casings in the road.
An elderly man is escorted to the body, he crouches down close, a police officer pulls back the blue coat and the man holds his face in his hands and weeps.
Friends and relatives of the dead fill the scene with cries of grief
He has just identified the body of his seven-year-old grandson, Jaciel Ramirez. The man in car is his 28-year-old son, Raul.
The elderly man then calmly crosses the street, where he is greeted by his wife. She cries out loudly after her husbands tells her the news.
She is comforted by a friend, as she asks: "What has he done to deserve this"?
More relatives and friends come to the scene, the air is filled with cries of grief. One girl screams the boy's name as she tries to get closer to his body.
She is held back by the police and is then consoled by a man who embraces her.
We do not yet have the answers as to why these people were murdered.
On this one evening on these streets 15 people were killed, their names are added to a growing list of nearly 2,000 who have been murdered in Juarez so far this year.
One of the headlines in the local newspaper here reads: "More people are murdered here than in Iraq".
In Ciudad Juarez a taskforce of thousands of federal army soldiers, federal police and municipal police patrol the streets under direct orders from the president of Mexico to bring the violence under control.
The people of this city are asking why they are still not safe?
This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web browser with style sheets (CSS) enabled. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets (CSS) if you are able to do so.