Passengers duck for cover as bullets hit plane moments after El Chapo's son arrested

Passengers inside a commercial flight ducked for fear of a shooting at Culiacán airport following the arrest of Ovidio Guzman, son of jailed kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, on Thursday (January 5).Videos shot by passenger David Tellez show the passengers kneeling between the seats. Video also shows Mexican Air Force aircrafts taxiing on the airport's runway.On Twitter, Tellez said a flight attendant told passengers the plane had been shot at.Mexican airline Aeromexico said the fuselage of a plane scheduled to fly from Culiacan to Mexico City was hit by gunfire Thursday morning. No passengers or crew members were harmed.Mexican drug cartel leader Ovidio Guzman was arrested, unleashing a violent backlash by gang gunmen on Thursday that shut the airport as authorities told residents to stay indoors.