CANCUN, Q. Roo — A Canadian woman is grieving alone in Cancun after her husband drowned while swimming on Wednesday May 11.
Zoltan Zadori, a truck driver from Kitchener, Ont., was in the water with his wife, Cindy McPherson, when the couple was swept out to sea off the coast of Cancun.
“The waves were really strong and they kept going over our heads and pulling us out further,” McPherson told CTV Kitchener over the phone from Mexico.
Both McPherson and Zadori were pulled to shore, but paramedics were unable to resuscitate Zadori. He was pronounced dead shortly after.
McPherson says she has been unable to eat or sleep since her husband’s death. She has been alone since the tragedy, but family members are on their way to help her.
“He meant the world to me … and he’s going to be missed,” she said.
The couple married in 2014 and recently started a life together. Zadori has two children from a previous marriage and worked as a truck driver in Guelph, Ont.
The couple was staying at the Grand Oasis Sens resort in Cancun.
McPherson said she has faced difficulty making funeral arrangements and said her husband’s wedding ring and other jewelry has disappeared since his death.
“Everybody just can’t believe this has happened,” she said.
A funeral for Zadori is being arranged in Canada for sometime next week.
more recommended stories
Fitch confirms Mexico’s good rating, but warns of AMLO risks
The rating agency Fitch Ratings confirmed the credit rating of.
“Yucatan’s good public safety is attracting foreign direct investment”: Expert
“Just a few years ago, Yucatan.
Members of the “Antorchista” Mexican political organization march the streets of Mérida
According to estimations of the state.
Mexico, Inditex fifth most important market in 2017
The expansion and growth of the.
Explosions rattle Austin, Texas
A deadly string of unsolved bombings in.
Quintana Roo will have Port Facilities Protection Code
“As part of the security adjustments.
Mexico celebrates Benito Juarez “The Lincoln of Mexico”
Benito Juarez’s birthday (March 21) is.
Presidential candidate José A. Meade warns about influence of organized crime in Mexican elections
One of the concerns for this.
K’u’uk: contemporary cuisine or pure alchemy?
Acknowledged at the Food and Travel.
Mérida, one of the best cities to live in Mexico (and the world)
Dan Prescher wrote an article for.