Cancun News Roundup on 12 April 2023
Discover the latest Cancun news, including updates on sports, tourism, and local events. From thrilling football matches to tragic incidents, keep up-to-date with Cancun's dynamic and ever-changing landscape.
CANCUN, MEXICO - In a thrilling match on matchday 16 of the Clausura 2023 Tournament of the Liga de Expansión MX, the Iguanas took home three valuable points by defeating Pumas Tabasco 4-1. The victory ensured that Cancún FC secured their spot in the playoffs, much to the delight of their loyal supporters.
Meanwhile, the Green Angels were hard at work responding to 800 calls for help during Easter Week. These guardian angels of the road assisted stranded motorists and travelers, ensuring that everyone reached their destination safely.
Sadly, not everyone was so fortunate. Tragedy struck at Delfines Beach in Cancun, where two bathers drowned to death. The authorities have urged caution and safety when swimming in the ocean, especially during this time of year.
On a more positive note, Aguakan has announced that they are investing in more than 40 works and projects for Cancun, including improvements to the city's water supply and wastewater management systems. This significant investment is a testament to their commitment to the local community and the environment.
As for Cancun's airport, it remained close to 600 daily operations during Holy Week, with travelers arriving and departing from all over the world. The airport staff worked tirelessly to ensure that everyone had a smooth and enjoyable experience.
However, not everything is sunshine and rainbows in Cancun. Some cab drivers have been caught assaulting Uber drivers in the city, prompting the Q.Roo government to urge Uber drivers to report any aggression. The authorities have promised to take swift action against any perpetrators of violence or harassment.