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WorldMystery Surrounds Deaths of 3 Americans in Dominican Resort: 'Something Is Going on,' Says Relative

01:40  06 june  2019
01:40  06 june  2019 Source:   people.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.

RELATED : Engaged Couple’s Death at Dominican Resort Was ‘Unusual,’ Says Official; Toxicology Results Pending. Five days later, on May 30th, Holmes and Day were found dead by staff in their room after missing their scheduled checkout. There were no signs of violence and toxicology results

in Dominican Resort : ' Something Is Going on ,' Says Relative . The resort ’s statement cites statements from the National Institute of Forensic Sciences and the National Over a five-day period in May, three American tourists died in the same resort in the Dominican Republic, all reportedly of

Editor’s note: In a statement issued Wednesday after the publication of this article, the Bahia Principe Hotels & Resorts said Miranda Schaup-Werner died of a heart attack, disputing the claim of her family spokesperson that she died of respiratory failure.

The resort’s statement cites statements from the National Institute of Forensic Sciences and the National Police Investigations Unit as “aligning with official statements provided by [the woman’s husband], who confirmed she had a history of heart conditions.”

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.

of 3 Americans in Dominican Resort : ' Something Is Going on ,' Says Relative : Maryland Couple Found Dead At Dominican Republic Resort Died On Tuesday, the U.S. State Department confirmed the three Americans tourists’ deaths to PEOPLE. “We can confirm the recent deaths of three U.S

Five days before a Maryland couple were found dead in their hotel room in the Dominican Republic, a Pennsylvania woman collapsed and died at the same resort shortly after she checked in, a family spokesman says .

Univision reports that Robin Bernstein, the ambassador of the United States to the Dominican Republic, said recent high-profile incidents involving American tourists in the Caribbean island nation were isolated cases.

“We have 2.7 million Americans who come to the country and the statistics is that this is a very … unique event,” Bernstein said. “They come to visit the beautiful beaches and enjoy the great culture. Unfortunately sometimes those things happen to people.”

Over a five-day period in May, three American tourists died in the same resort in the Dominican Republic, all reportedly of respiratory failure and fluid accumulation in their lungs.

It is not known what brought about the fatal episodes of the victims who died in their rooms at the La Romana resorts. But a relative of Miranda Schaup-Werner’s, the Pennsylvania woman who died five days before engaged couple Edward Nathaniel Holmes and Cynthia Ann Day were found dead, believes the deaths are no coincidence.

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

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

US authorities are scrambling to get to the bottom of a rash of deaths of US tourists in the Dominican Republic, with the number of reported fatalities over the past year now rising to six. Three people whose deaths have been confirmed all arrived on May 25 in San Pedro de Macoris, a seaside resort .

Republic resort , a Pennsylvania woman collapsed and died at the same hotel, devastated loved ones said . her husband, Dan Werner, checked in to the Bahia Principe Hotel in La Romana on May 25 to celebrate their ninth wedding Adding to the mystery , the three people all reportedly died of the same cause. Mystery Deaths in Dominican Republic Prompt Cancelled Trips - Продолжительность: 2

“They died five days after, and the cause was determined to be the same, this just puts this whole thing through the stratosphere,” Jay McDonald, who is acting as the family spokesman for his brother-in-law, Daniel Werner, Miranda’s husband, told Fox News.

“Something is going on, and we want to know what it is.”

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On Tuesday, the U.S. State Department confirmed the three Americans tourists’ deaths to PEOPLE.

“We can confirm the recent deaths of three U.S. citizens in La Romana, the Dominican Republic – Nathaniel Edward Holmes, Cynthia Ann Day, and Miranda Schaup-Werner.  We offer our sincerest condolences to the families for their loss,” a Department of State Official wrote.

“The U.S. Embassy is actively monitoring the investigations by Dominican authorities into these tragic deaths. We stand ready to provide assistance as requested,” they added.

Dominican Republic deaths: Families want answers after 3 deaths within five days

Dominican Republic deaths: Families want answers after 3 deaths within five days Pennsylvania resident Miranda Schaup-Werner had just checked into her resort n the Dominican Republic on May 25 and was in the room she shared with her husband. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); Suddenly, she felt ill after a drink from the minibar, family spokesman Jay McDonald told CNN affiliate WFMZ. Shortly after, she collapsed and died. Schaup-Werner is one of three Americans who've mysteriously died within a week at a resort in the Caribbean nation.

They say that Sport had a drink from the mini bar inside her room, later went to bed, and never woke up. The report of Sport’s death comes on the heels of the "I think the State Department needs to step in and investigate these deaths something is not right," Taltoan said . Referring to other deaths at

3 Americans die at resort within days of each other 02:08. La Romana, Dominican Republic (CNN) Authorities said they won't be able to provide more details on the causes of death until toxicology The three deaths in May happened a few months after a car crash in the Dominican Republic killed

RELATED: Pennsylvania Woman Died at Same Dominican Republic Hotel 5 Days Before Engaged Couple Found Dead

Mystery Surrounds Deaths of 3 Americans in Dominican Resort: 'Something Is Going on,' Says Relative© Provided by TIME Inc. Miranda Schaup-Werner and Daniel Werner

RELATED: Engaged Couple’s Death at Dominican Resort Was ‘Unusual,’ Says Official; Toxicology Results Pending

Schaup-Werner, an Allentown, Pennsylvania psychotherapist, 41, collapsed shortly after mixing a drink from the minibar in the hotel she’d recently checked into to celebrate her 9th wedding anniversary with husband Daniel Werner.

“Suddenly, she called out to Dan and he came right over and she was unable to breathe. She collapsed, she couldn’t communicate,” McDonald told Fox New.

Werner attempted CPR and called for help, and responding paramedics administered an epinephrine injection, typically used to treat life-threatening allergic reactions, but Schaup-Werner was declared dead soon after.

“It was very sudden,” McDonald said. “[Daniel] said one moment [Miranda was] taking pictures, smiling, happy and the next moment, in extreme pain and collapsing… she had no known health issues that I knew of.”

California man died in April at Dominican Republic resort after drink from hotel room minibar, family says

California man died in April at Dominican Republic resort after drink from hotel room minibar, family says A fourth U.S. tourist died after he fell critically and suddenly ill at an all-inclusive resort in the Dominican Republic about a month before three others died in their rooms, Fox News has learned. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); Robert Bell Wallace, 67, of California, became ill almost immediately after he had a scotch from the room minibar at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino resort in Punta Cana, his niece, Chloe Arnold, told Fox News on Sunday.

Three people whose deaths have been confirmed all arrived on May 25 in San Pedro de Macoris, a seaside resort in the south of the Caribbean country News of the deaths has drawn attention to earlier deaths of American tourists at island resorts that received no publicity at the time -- some

Reed said the friends told her he showered and went out that night, despite the fact that he still But there are similarities between the deaths . Three of the Americans died at the Bahia Principe resort It said Dominican officials have asked for FBI assistance for further toxicology analysis on the recent

Five days later, on May 30th, Holmes and Day were found dead by staff in their room after missing their scheduled checkout. There were no signs of violence and toxicology results are pending.

Punta Cana Tourism Police spokesman Ramon Brito described the couple’s mysterious deaths to The Washington Post as “a bit unusual.”

Mystery Surrounds Deaths of 3 Americans in Dominican Resort: 'Something Is Going on,' Says Relative© Provided by TIME Inc. Edward Nathaniel Holmes and Cynthia Ann Day | Facebook

Before they died, the couple shared photos of themselves on the beach, out for dinner and with friends.

“Can somebody please loan me $250,000 bcuz I don’t want to come home!!!!!” Holmes captioned a series of photos with Day.

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A New York woman, 53, is the latest American tourist to die in the Dominican Republic, long one of the top Caribbean destinations for U.S. travelers. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); Leyla Cox of New Brighton went on vacation June 5 and was expected to return on June 12, as The Staten Island Advance reported. Cox, who had traveled alone before, was found dead of a heart attack in her hotel room, according to the news outlet. “We can confirm the death of U.S.

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