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CanadaBody of Winnipeg woman found dead at Dominican Republic resort returned to Canada

17:50  25 february  2019
17:50  25 february  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

Winnipeg woman dies while on vacation in the Caribbean

Winnipeg woman dies while on vacation in the Caribbean A 25-year-old Winnipeg woman has died while on vacation with her mother in the Dominican Republic.

+ The body of 26-year-old Danielle Twoheart of Winnipeg , who died at a resort in Dominican Republic , has been returned to Canada . Twoheart’s family told Global News that her body was returned to Winnipeg on Sunday.

a resort in Dominican Republic , has been returned to Canada .Twoheart’s family told Global News that her body was returned to Winnipeg on Sunday.READ MORE: Winnipeg woman dies while on vacation in the CaribbeanTwoheart was on a trip with her mother Holly when she was found dead at .

Body of Winnipeg woman found dead at Dominican Republic resort returned to Canada© Submitted Holly and her daughter Danielle Twoheart on their flight headed for their February holiday in the Dominican Republic.

The body of 26-year-old Danielle Twoheart of Winnipeg, who died at a resort in Dominican Republic, has been returned to Canada.

Twoheart's family told Global News that her body was returned to Winnipeg on Sunday.

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Twoheart was on a trip with her mother Holly when she was found dead at her resort. Authorities say she fell from her balcony, although her family continues to search for answers as to how the fall happened.

Winnipeg mother looking for answers after daughter dies during Caribbean vacation

Winnipeg mother looking for answers after daughter dies during Caribbean vacation A Winnipeg mother is returning home without her daughter after a winter vacation in the Dominican Republic ended in tragedy less than a day into their planned week-long holiday. Holly Twoheart and her daughter Danielle Twoheart, 26, left Winnipeg for an all-inclusive hotel in the Dominican Republic Thursday. Holly says she went to bed around 2 a.m that first night, but Danielle decided to stay up. Hotel security woke Holly an hour later and told her Danielle had fallen off a third-floor balcony at the hotel.

a resort in Dominican Republic , has been returned to Canada .Twoheart’s family told Global News that her body was returned to Winnipeg on Sunday.READ MORE: Winnipeg woman dies while on vacation in the CaribbeanTwoheart was on a trip with her mother Holly when she was found dead at .

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Holly said Danielle was found lying on the grass in front of the three-storey building where they were staying, but how she got there, and what exactly happened during the hours in between, remains unclear.

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The wake service for Twoheart will begin Monday night in Winnipeg and continues on for two more nights in Fort Alexander.

Her funeral service is scheduled for Thursday.

Earlier this month, Canadian officials said they were looking into the situation.

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