Canadian Tourist Killed, 2 Wounded in Mexico Resort Shooting
Mexican state authorities say a Canadian tourist has been killed and two more wounded in a shooting at a hotel along Mexico ’s Caribbean coast. Quintana Roo state security chief Lucio Hernández said via Twitter Friday that authorities were searching for a Hotel Xcaret guest in the shooting. He shared a photo of a man walking with a handgun. The Xcaret resort is south of Playa del Carmen.
Hernández said all three victims were taken to a hospital where one later died.It is just the latest brazen act of violence along Mexico's famed Mayan Riviera, the crown jewel of its tourism industry.In November, ashootout on the beach of Puerto Morelos
left two suspected drug dealers dead. Authorities said there were some 15 gunmen from a gang that apparently disputed control of drug sales there.In late October, farther south in the laidback destination of Tulum, two tourists — one a California travel blogger born in India and the other German — were caught in the apparent crossfire of rival drug dealers and killed.Read more: NBC DFW »
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Brian Laundrie Claimed Responsibility for Gabby Petito's Death in Notebook: FBI Hernández said all three victims were taken to a hospital where one later died. It is just the latest brazen act of violence along Mexico's famed Mayan Riviera, the crown jewel of its tourism industry. In November, a shootout on the beach of Puerto Morelos left two suspected drug dealers dead. Authorities said there were some 15 gunmen from a gang that apparently disputed control of drug sales there. In late October, farther south in the laidback destination of Tulum, two tourists — one a California travel blogger born in India and the other German — were caught in the apparent crossfire of rival drug dealers and killed. Following those events, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador sent nearly 1,500 members of the National Guard to reinforce security in the area. Copyright AP - Associated Press