The hotel where the Venezuelan tourists died belongs to the Tomba leader José Mansur

Investigators will receive documentation regarding who was in charge of the administration and maintenance of the Reina Victoria hotel, located on Calle San Juan at 1.127. From the City Municipality they reported that the property belongs to José Mansur, current vice president of Godoy Cruz and linked to real estate businesses.

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The Reina Victoria hotel, is located on Calle San Juan at 1.127, City.

Not only that but the commune reported that Since July 31, 2019, the commercial authorization of the building had been withdrawn since no activity was detected in the place. In fact, the agents carried out an inspection and after detecting that there were people staying at the place They asked the owner for the place papers. In case they are not delivered in the next few days, there will be penalties including closure.

When all the evidence is in the hands of the Homicide Fiscal Unit, the case could have important advances, such as the accusation of double wrongful death against someone if it is suspected that there was negligence which resulted in the death of Venezuelan tourists.

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The photos uploaded by clients of the Hotel Reina Victoria on Tripadvisor.

The photos uploaded by clients of the Hotel Reina Victoria on Tripadvisor.

On the other hand, on accommodation web pages such as Tripadvisor the Reina Victoria hotel had a rating of 3 stars out of 5. What most customers criticized is the lack of maintenance in the place, highlighting damp spots and even the presence of cockroaches on some occasions.

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The photos uploaded by guests of the Hotel Reina Victoria on Tripadvisor.

The photos uploaded by clients of the Hotel Reina Victoria on Tripadvisor.

Tragic

The news emerged last Sunday when an employee of the Reina Victoria hotel, noticed the sound of running water inside a room. When he knocked on the door, he did not get a response, so he decided to notify the authorities.

With the assistance of police personnel, they entered and found a gruesome scene. Tilma del Carmen Tovar lay lifeless on top of the bed and her son Rodolfo Valentino González had also died in the kitchen sector. A 6-year-old boy was in a state of shock and asked the police for help. The Venezuelan family had arrived in Mendoza last Thursday and they planned to stay until Monday.

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The Venezuelan tourists who died at the scene.

The Venezuelan tourists who died at the scene.

The minor was admitted to the Notti Hospital where he was also assisted because he was positive for coronavirus. His parents traveled from Brazil and Venezuela after learning of the fact.

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