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USBrother of New Jersey man who was found dead in Dominican Republic hotel room: 'Something is off there'

17:20  19 june  2019
17:20  19 june  2019 Source:   foxnews.com

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An American couple visiting the Dominican Republic found dead in their hotel room died of respiratory failure, the country's national police said.

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Brother of New Jersey man who was found dead in Dominican Republic hotel room: 'Something is off there'© FoxNews.com The brother of a N.J. man found dead in the Dominican Republic says he doesn't trust the country to be forthcoming about what really happened after nine Americans die under mysterious circumstances.

The brother of a New Jersey man who was found dead last week in his resort hotel room in the Dominican Republic spoke out Wednesday on "Fox & Friends", cautioning Americans to reconsider their vacation plans in the Caribbean nation.

The State Department confirmed Joseph Allen's death to Fox News Tuesday after the 55-year-old was found unresponsive on his hotel room floor last week.

Allen, a native of Avenel in southern New Jersey, had reportedly complained about being hot at a pool and left to take a shower; he went to bed early and was found dead the next day.

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A New Jersey man mysteriously died in the Dominican Republic , bringing the total number of Americans who have suspiciously passed away to "I don't know who to blame," Jason told WNBC. "I'd rather not guess because you will drive yourself crazy with that but I do think something is off

A New Jersey man is at least the eighth person to die while on vacation in the DR in the last 12 months. His cause of death has not been He went to take a shower and lie down for the night, then was found dead the next day. At least seven other Americans have died in the Dominican Republic

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Jason Allen said his brother was not concerned about the recent deaths or the shooting of David Ortiz before he left for the Terra Linda Resort with a group of friends.

Brother of New Jersey man who was found dead in Dominican Republic hotel room: 'Something is off there'

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Allen said he does not trust the Dominican authorities to provide the answers about how his brother died. He said an autopsy was performed Friday, but no "official report" has been provided to the family.

"We were told the body needed to be embalmed before my brother was transported back to the United States," he said.

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NJ Man Is 9th American To Mysteriously Die In Dominican Republic

NJ Man Is 9th American To Mysteriously Die In Dominican Republic Joseph Allen, 55, of Avenel, ​was found dead in his hotel room at Terra Linda​ resort in Sosua last Thursday, June 13, according to reports.

A New Jersey man is at least the eighth person to die while on vacation in the DR in the last 12 months, CBS News has learned. He went to take a shower and lie down for the night and was found dead the next day. At least seven other Americans have died in the Dominican Republic in the last

Joseph Allen, 55, from New Jersey , was found dead in his room at the Terra Linda hotel in Sosua Meanwhile, a group of teenagers from Oklahoma had their trip to the Dominican Republic ruined On June 13, it was revealed that the brother of TV star Barbara Corcoran was found dead in a

Jason Allen said that Joseph's 23-year-old son was on his way to the Dominican Republic to spend Father's Day with his dad when he learned what happened. He said he does not believe anyone would have targeted his brother and said his brother never drank from the hotel room minibar.

Co-host Steve Doocy asked Allen whether he would advise people to vacation in the country given the unexplained deaths.

"Hold your horses... Something is off there and I think it needs to at the very least be looked into," he responded.

The popular Caribbean vacation destination has been grappling with a rash of deaths of U.S. tourists at various resorts. Families of the tourists said they were generally in good health.

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In nearly all the recent deaths in the Dominican Republic, officials said there were signs of pulmonary edema -- a condition in which the lungs fill with fluid. The tourists ranged in age from 41 to 67.

The Dominican Ministry of Tourism has denounced what it has called an overreaction, characterizing the deaths as coincidental.

Fox News' Frank Miles contributed to this report.

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