Early autopsy results released after 3 Americans die at Dominican Republic resort

Early autopsy results released after 3 Americans die at Dominican Republic resort

The cause of death for all three - respiratory failure and pulmonary edema, or fluid in the lungs. While a heart attack was listed as her cause of death, the circumstances were eerily similar to the death of Schaup-Werner, who died shortly after checking into the hotel and having a drink from the minibar. By the way, all the death happened there.

The resort's statement claimed that authorities were contacted immediately after she was found and that they recommended she take legal action against the resort, though she refused to do so.

She added he had a drink from the minibar on April 11 and began to feel unwell.

"He started feeling very sick, he had blood in his urine and stool right afterward", Arnold said of her uncle, who had arrived in the country with his wife a day earlier. In April, 67-year-old Robert Bell Wallace died suddenly during his stay. "Or maybe they were trying to take it home to clean their house", she said. "We don't want this to happen to anyone else".

She was a guest at the same resort complex where three US tourists died in the Dominican last month.

"Serious insults and threats have been levied on some of our more than 15,000 employees and their families, who are the backbone of our company and before whom we can not stand idle on the sidelines", the statement reads. "Out of respect for the family during this hard time, we do not have additional information to provide", the agency wrote to Fox.

Despite the eerie similarities and the fact that another American couple are suing the hotel for falling ill in similar circumstances previous year, the resort says there is nothing to worry about.

"She had been seemingly healthy".

So far, at least six American tourists have mysteriously died at Dominican Republic resorts and hotels, prompting an FBI investigation, according to reports.

Roughly half of the Dominican Republic's 5 million annual tourists come from the United States. At first the data received, the Dominican authorities consider "the possibility of" other reasons, in addition to natural.

Five days later, the bodies of Cynthia Ann Day, 49, and Nathaniel Edward Holmes, 63, both from Prince George's County, Maryland, were found inside their hotel room at the nearby Grand Bahia Principe La Romana on May 30.

Preliminary autopsies indicated they died of respiratory failure, Dominican authorities contain mentioned.

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A Colorado couple said they became violently ill at the same resort where the Americans died, and a relative of a Pennsylvania woman said that her sister died there previous year after suddenly collapsing.

All three were staying at the Grand Bahia Principe La Romana resort in different hotels on the same complex.

The hotel medical center's were no help, "They literally told me I'd partied too much ... but we don't even party", she said.

"Boat ride of a lifetime!" one caption said.

Families of those who died are also seeking answers. "We never get them back, but I can give them credit for".

During the last week of May, a Black couple was found dead in their hotel room. There were no signs of violence.

"It just breaks my heart that people actually died", she told The News. "We disapprove of any speculation and conjecture on the possible causes of death and urge all to respect the families while the investigation is ongoing", the statement read.

Holmes and Day had called for a doctor on the morning they were found dead inside their hotel room.

Tammy Lawrence-Daley, 51, wrote on Facebook that she had been enjoying a five-star vacation in January at the Majestic Elegance Punta Cana resort when she left her room one night to get a snack in the lounge.

"He had a very potent unusual smell", she said.

A woman from DE was brutally beaten and left for dead at a resort in the Dominican Republic.