At least ninety people were killed and wounded on Saturday after four fighters opened fire at a club in Cancun, Mexico. Cooke, a club located on the main alley in the center of Cancun, about 4 miles from the seaside tourist zone, said prosecutors at the Quintana Roo state.
Two of the wounded are still in critical condition on Sunday.
Cancun and Quintana saw violence last year, and last year, the federal authorities reported that 774 people were killed last year, compared with 359 in 2017.
The general cartel moves to the Caribbean resort city and fights with other local gangs to gain control over the area. In January, three gunmen in Cancun shot seven people in the house. Deadly firing was caused by an apparent controversy and was ordered by a suspected gang leader who was linked to the caricature of Khalisko
In 2018, murders in Mexico increased by 33%, breaking the record for the second year running, according to government statistics. The US Department of State on Travels in November urged people to "exercise greater caution" when traveling to Mexico through crime
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Cancun remains one of the most popular tourist destinations in Mexico and the world.
Fox News Greg Norman and Associated Press contributed to this report.