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Various Authors 4:09 p.m., May 27
Translated by Fulano from a news article in the Diario de Quintana Roo
CANCUN - May 8, 2013 - The results of the autopsy on the Canadian tourist who died in a fall from the second floor of the hotel in which she was staying determined that she was not under the effects of any drug, but from alcohol she drank in a nightclub in the Hotel Zone, which was adulterated and caused a strange sensation, leading to the tragedy. Regarding the events, the ministerial authorities, through the Office of Social Communication, reported they have started an investigation, 2219/2013, into the death of Sydney Taylor, 21-years old, which was accidental, and as of the moment have taken the testimony of three people who were with the deceased, her roommate and two others who were travelling with her.
These people indicated that along with the deceased, they went to the "Daddy-O," where they consumed a quantity of alcoholic beverages until the deceased started to feel ill. So they returned to the hotel Gran Caribe, located on bulevar Kikilcán, at kilometer 11.5 in the Hotel Zone, where they were staying.
Once in the room, the young woman started to jump and run all over the room, but when she reached the balcony she fell off, with deadly results.
According to the autopsy on the body of the tourist, she had not consumed any drugs, but rather adulterated alcohol, which produced hyperactivity and caused her death.