In regard to the fatal events that took place in a Playa del Carmen nightclub on the early morning hours of January 16, 2017, hotel officials and service providers issued the following statement:
As services that are part of the tourism industry of this destination, we regret this deplorable, isolated act of violence, and we express our solidarity with the families of the victims and all those who have been affected by these tragic events.
It is important to mention that the people who were injured are receiving medical attention in the area’s health centers as well as the necessary facilities for the relatives of the victims.
For their part, the authorities of the three levels of government are conducting an exhaustive investigation to ensure that those responsible for this condemnable act be punished with all the rigor of the law.
Fortunately, the situation is under control in Playa del Carmen so that our national and international tourists can feel free and protected and continue enjoying their vacations.
Source: Press release by SEDETUR
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