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WorldAmerican had died days before couple at same Dominican Republic resort, hotel says

07:40  05 june  2019
07:40  05 june  2019 Source:   abcnews.go.com

Maryland Couple Found Dead At Dominican Republic Resort Died Due To Respiratory Failure, Police Say

Maryland Couple Found Dead At Dominican Republic Resort Died Due To Respiratory Failure, Police Say A Prince George's County couple found dead in their room at a resort in the Dominican Republic died due to respiratory failure, the country's national police said Sunday. Dominican Today reports that the Edward Nathael Holmes, 63, and Cynthia Day, 49, were found at the Bahia Principle Hotel at the resort of Playa Nueva Romana on the southeast coast. An autopsy performed on the couple showed both had respiratory failure and pulmonary edema, police said. Police found several bottles of high blood pressure medications inside their room. Reports say that there is no evidence of violence in relation to their death.

Pennsylvania woman died days before Maryland couple at the same resort in the Dominican Republic . As for Day and Holmes, the Dominican Republic National Police said an autopsy concluded the couple had respiratory failure and pulmonary edema, an abnormal buildup of fluid in

An American woman died of respiratory failure in her Dominican Republic hotel room days before a Maryland couple was found dead of the same cause at the same resort , a hotel staff member told ABC News.

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An American woman died of respiratory failure in her Dominican Republic hotel room days before a Maryland couple was found dead of the same cause at the same resort, a hotel staff member told ABC News.

Miranda Schaupp-Werner was found dead at the Grand Bahía Príncipe hotel in La Romana on May 25 -- five days before Edward Nathaniel Holmes, 63, and Cynthia Ann Day, 49, were found dead in their hotel room.

A Maryland couple was found dead in their Dominican Republic hotel room

A Maryland couple was found dead in their Dominican Republic hotel room An American couple visiting the Dominican Republic found dead in their hotel room died of respiratory failure, the country's national police said. A statement from the Dominican Republic National Police said that an autopsy concluded that the couple had respiratory failure and pulmonary edema, a condition caused by excess fluid in the lungs. Edward Nathaniel Holmes, 63, and Cynthia Ann Day, 49, missed their scheduled check out time at the Bahia Principe Hotel in La Romana. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.

3 Americans died at same Dominican Republic hotelAn American woman died of respiratory failure in her hotel room days before a Maryland couple was found American couple Edward Nathael Holmes, 63, and Cynthia Ann Day , 49, died while staying at the Playa Nueva Romana resort in the

(MORE: Another American had died of respiratory failure days before couple at same Dominican Republic resort , hotel says ). Investigators are awaiting the results of pathology and toxicology exams for all three victims. "This is the first time I’ve seen something like this," Col.

Schaupp-Werner, 41, "died suddenly and inexplicably in her hotel room...after arriving and having a drink from the in-room mini-bar," family spokesperson, Jay McDonald, said in a statement to ABC News. She was healthy before she died, McDonald said. She had arrived in the Dominican Republic the day she died, McDonald added.

Her husband, Daniel Werner, was with her when she began experiencing physical distress and collapsed, McDonald said.

Schaup-Werner died of respiratory failure and pulmonary edema, according to the hotel. An autopsy performed on the couple determined that they died of the same causes, according to the Dominican Republic National Police.

The family became alarmed after learning of the similarity of Holmes' and Day's deaths and the possible implications, such as whether they'd been poisoned, and has contacted the State Department to request an investiation, McDonald said.

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(MORE: Another American had died of respiratory failure days before couple at same Dominican Republic resort , hotel says ). Investigators are awaiting the results of pathology and toxicology exams for all three victims. "This is the first time I’ve seen something like this," Col.

"No toxicology report was done as part of the cause of death inquiry, nor were Mrs. Shaup-Werner’s glass and drink tested," McDonald said.

A spokesperson for the hotel declined to comment further on Miranda Schaupp-Werner's death.

The U.S. Department of State confirmed to ABC News that Schaupp-Werner was an American and they are "actively monitoring" the investigations into Miranda Schaup-Werner's death and those of Edward Nathaniel Holmes and Cynthia Ann Day -- but "At this point, we are not aware of any connection between these incidents," an official said in a statement.

American had died days before couple at same Dominican Republic resort, hotel says© bahia-principe.com American couple Edward Nathael Holmes, 63, and Cynthia Ann Day, 49, died while staying at the Playa Nueva Romana resort in the Dominican Republic.

Local police said they are aware of Schaupp-Werner's death but have not opened a criminal investigation into it because her death does not appear to be suspicious.

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Woman Dies at Same Dominican Republic Hotel 5 Days Before Engaged Couple . The Allentown, Pennsylvania psychotherapist, 41, had just checked into her room with husband Daniel Speaking to the outlet, McDonald said Miranda and Daniel planned to spend five days in the Dominican

Maryland Couple Found Dead At Dominican Republic Resort Died Due To Respiratory Failure, Police Say . A Prince George' s County couple found dead in their room at a resort in the Dominican Republic died due to respiratory failure, the country' s national police said Sunday.

Police are investigating the deaths of the couple, as they were initially considered suspicious since Holmes complained of chest pains the day he died but refused to see the doctor that was called, police said.

The couple's bodies showed no signs of violence, police said.

Holmes and Day arrived at the hotel on May 25 and were scheduled to depart on Thursday, police said. They were found unresponsive by hotel staff after they missed their scheduled check-out time on Thursday, according to a statement from the hotel.

"We offer our sincerest condolences to the family on their loss," a State Department official said on regards to Holmes' and Day's deaths.

Additional information was not immediately available.

American had died days before couple at same Dominican Republic resort, hotel says© Nathaniel Holmes/Facebook A photograph posted to Facebook on May 28, 2019, shows Americans Nathaniel Edward Holmes and Cynthia Ann Day on vacation in the Dominican Republic, before they were found dead at a hotel there in late May 2019.

ABC News' Conor Finnegan and Aicha El Hammar Castano contributed to this report.

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