Through a statement, the Bahia Principe Hotel announced its position on the apparently accidental death of a family of American tourists, presumably in one of their condominiums.
The tourist company clarified that the event did not occur within premises of their company’s facility, and that the fact is being investigated, “by the Mexican security forces.”
They assured that for these reasons it is not their responsibility to comment on such a tragic event.
The letter was issued by Grupo Piñero, firm that owns Bahía Príncipe.
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