Turlock man among four Americans to die recently in Dominican Republic

12 Juin, 2019, 10:13 | Auteur: Anatole Charbonneau
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Americans are canceling planned vacations to the Dominican Republic after the number of deaths in the last 12 months reached seven in recent days. As for Schaup-Werner, Dominican officials said she had a heart attack, but her brother-in-law, Jay McDonald, insisted she died of respiratory failure and had drank from the bar.

The family was in the Dominican Republic for Ticknoff's wedding.

However, Wedington said that he suffered trauma to his knuckles, saying that she thinks he was involved in a struggle before his death.

Levine said she and a friend were planning to stay at one of the resorts where Americans died. "He has bruising on his back like he had been kicked".

The resorts said they are cooperating with authorities.

"I know they're lying".

The three other tourists died several weeks after Wallace. "Ain't tryna to go out like that while on vacation", said another. "He had a humble spirit. He deserved better", she added of her son. "I wasn't prepared for what was coming my way".

Also that day, Edward Nathaniel Holmes, 63, and Cynthia Ann Day, 49, checked in to the Bahia Principe La Romana hotel, which is next door to the Luxury Bahia Principe Bouganville.

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Ms Schaup-Werner was staying at the Bahia Principe La Romana in Punta Cana.

"I feel awful for those families because their loved ones have passed away while on vacation, which is bad, but literally that happens to hundreds and thousands of Americans every year as they travel", he added. Family members said that Robert Bell Wallace, a 67-year-old California man, became sick and eventually died in April after getting a drink from his hotel room's minibar.

Just as Tommy Tickenoff was gaining a wife in the island country, his mother was losing her husband of 10 years. On April 11 he had scotch from the minibar.

"He started feeling very sick", Wallace's niece Chloe Arnold told Fox.

For 24 years, Bahia Principe Hotels & Resorts has operated in the Dominican Republic, which is one of the most internationally recognized destinations, and receives 7 million tourists from around the world annually.

"We were having a great time ... and we ended up coming home as a broken family", she told Inside Edition. Her obituary simply states she died suddenly on June 23, 2018 while in the Dominican Republic.

Arnold said the family has been particularly concerned after having recently learned of the other seemingly mysterious deaths in the Dominican Republic.

"We have so many questions", Arnold told Fox. "We want these tests and investigation to be carried out carefully and professionally".



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