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Indian Woman Techie, Employed at LinkedIn, Killed in Drug-Gang Shootout in Mexico Restaurant

OCT 23,

Tragedy engulfed the house of a 25-year-old California-based Indian-origin woman techie, who travelled to Mexico to celebrate her birthday. She was one of the two foreign tourists killed in a shootout between two drug gangs in the Caribbean coast resort of Tulum, according to media reports. The incident took place on Wednesday night. Anjali Ryot was killed along with another German tourist in the crossfire, reported Californianewstimes.com news portal. Ryot arrived in Tulum on Monday prior to her birthday on October 22, it said. Her Instagram account listed her as a travel blogger from Himachal Pradesh, living in San Jose, California.Ryot had been employed as a Senior Site Reliability Engineer on LinkedIn since July. She was previously working with Yahoo, according to the Californianewstimes.com report. On Wednesday night, Ryot and four other foreign tourists were dining on the terrace of La Malquerida restaurant when four men armed with assault rifles fired at an adjoining table in the premises around 10:30 pm, the Spanish newspaper El Pais reported.

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