Two Canadians drown in Yucatan Mexico, alcohol involved

Posted on December 6, 2011 • Filed under: Latin America Health, Mexico, TRAVEL reported that the Attorney General of the State of Yucatan, notified the Canadian Embassy of the death of two citizens of that country at the port of Progreso. Following the initial drug test for, it was determined that the death of the couple on the beach in Progreso, was by drowning. According to tests the deceased were in amounts of alcohol in the body that go far beyond the percentages of complete drunkenness. Until tonight no one had reported to the authorities to claim the bodies Yucatan.

Other reports indicated the Canadian couple lived in the area, although more data is officially not known about the identity of the couple and the man could only be identified because he had a driver’s license with the name of James C. Reimi and Jane or Jaazaniah, 72 and 55 years of age, respectively. Read Article

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