MEXICO CITY — Rain unleashed a surge of water which swept away a lot of a 21-member set on a canyoning trip in southern Mexico, killing at least four people and leaving three lost, police said Monday.
The incident happened Sunday, and also the workplace stated hunts continued Monday with authorities, volunteer rescue teams, and firefighters engaging.
The office didn’t release the names or nationalities of the victims, however, these expeditions are popular amongst young Mexican tourists.
Canyoning calls for hiking, climbing, rappelling, and swimming throughout river canyons. The Rio Oro canyon includes waterfalls and comparatively narrow stone paths.