A traveling influencer was one of the two victims of the midweek shooting in Tulum, Mexico

Lethal attack on Tulum restaurant.

Lethal attack on Tulum restaurant.

Photo: Attorney General of the State of Quintana Roo. / EFE

At shooting at a Tulum restaurant, in the Mexican Caribbean on Wednesday night, one of the two foreigners who died was Anjali Ryot, a young man of Hindu origin barely 25 years old what had more than 40,000 followers on Instagram, who were witnesses to the publications about his travels.

Local authorities assured that the attack on the site called “La Malquerida”, where three non-Mexicans were also injured, occurred during a confrontation between criminal groups of drug dealers.

The young woman had shared postcards from Mexico, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, Turkey, Japan and Switzerland. He also said that he had recently got a job in California.

The other tourist killed in the attack was the German Jenifer Henzold.

But Anjali Ryot’s last tragic visit was not her first to Mexico. Before documented photographs in Los Cabos, in Baja California, in the north of the country, and very close to California, where the systems engineer also lived.

His brother asked in social networks that the corresponding authorities help her to “take her back to India as soon as possible”.

Later it was learned that one of the assailants was also injured in fact, for which a man who came on his own to receive medical attention has been placed under police protection.

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