A giant wave in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico is responsible for the death of a 65-year-old U.S. tourist on March 6, 2013.
According to The Weather Channel, the woman and a 70-year-old man were walking on a beach near the famous arch in Cabo San Lucas when they were hit by the wave and dragged out to sea.
The two American tourists were reportedly heading back to their hotel when the wave hit them.
A police report indicates that both tourists were rescued by Navy personnel, but the woman was declared dead at the scene. The man was listed in serious condition at a local hospital.
The name of the dead woman and injured man have no been released. Police in Cabo San Lucas state that the woman had a Wisconsin diver's license. The man's license was from Nebraska.
It is unclear if they were married or if their families have been notified. The Weather Channel states that the U.S. Embassy in Mexico has no current information about people involved in the incident.