Transcript for New concerns over tainted alcohol at popular Mexican resorts
Back now with a warning to tourists traveling to Mexico. After an American college student drowned after drinking at a resort bar. Now, a shocking stat about some of the alcohol served in Mexico. Here's Marci Gonzalez. Reporter: Tonight, the death of a young Wisconsin woman triggering new concerns about the cocktails at some popular resorts in Mexico. 20-year-old abbey Connor died in January during a family vacation at a five-star all-inclusive resort in playa del Carmen. Her family suspects her drinks were somehow tainted and they're not alone in their concerns. Are 2015 report finding 43% consumed in Mexico is produced illegally. Officials there seizing nearly a million and a half gallons of bootleg liquor from hotels and bars. They say could be infused with grain alcohol or methanol. Is someone putting alcohol in the drinks or is it tainted? I'm not sure. Is it a combination of two? Reporter: After her son drowned, she started a website where dozens are sharing the nightmare experiences. People are going from being perfectly fine to being blacked out in an instant. Reporter: One of them, Jamie Valeri, describing to the "Milwaukee journal-sentinel" how she and her husband both blacked out for hours at a resort in playa del Carmen, after just a couple of drinks. I could hear him scream but I couldn't see him. His voice screaming, "Jamie, Jamie, get up. We've been drugged." Reporter: The U.S. Consulate in Mexico says it is aware of the reports, but is not issuing any new warnings for travelers. Tom? Marci, thank you. And more from the families and their concerns tomorrow on "Good morning America."
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