Another American died in the Dominican Republic. Officials insist country is ‘safe.’

Erika Holt
June 11, 2019

Awilda Montes, 43, told the Daily News Friday that she initially believed a simple mistake was behind the freakish incident that left chemical burns in her mouth after she started vomiting blood October 25 inside her room at the Luxury Bahia Principe Bouganville.

Wallace was referred to hospital on April 13, and died on April 14.

The Caribbean island was in the headlines again in April when police confirmed that a missing American couple - Orlando Moore and his girlfriend Portia Ravenelle -died in a late-night auto crash while heading to the airport for their flight back to NY. "We disapprove of any conjecture on possible causes of death and urge all to respect the families while the investigation is ongoing".

The hotel workers, the statement mentioned, "took on the duty of offering all most fundamental attentions and that every body actions within the case are successfully documented" and "a member of the hotel workers stayed extra on the total than no longer within the clinical institution to invent assistance and guarantee that her needs had been met".

But both families are unsatisfied with the investigation and want USA authorities to take over. Tammy Lawrence-Daley, of Wilmington, was on vacation with her husband when says she went downstairs on the property to buy a snack.

McCoy had her husband cremated and is now regretting that she didn't get a second autopsy.

The conclusion, the resort group mentioned, aligned "with official statements equipped by Mr. Werner [Schaup's husband], who confirmed she had a history of coronary heart stipulations". We supply our sincerest condolences to the family for their loss. "My husband's story needs to be told. something's not right in the Dominican Republic".

While there really was no direct correlation between the two cases, another couple came forward with their story.

Kaylynn Knull told The Denver Channel on Wednesday that she and her boyfriend got sick previous year when they stayed at the Grand Bahia Principe La Romana in the Dominican Republic. She's referring to Nate Holmes and Cynthia Day, a newly-engaged couple who were mysteriously found dead in their hotel room at the Grand Bahia Principe La Romana on May 30.

The death occurred about a month before three American tourists were found dead at adjacent beach resorts on the tropical Caribbean island.

Ms Schaup-Werner was staying at the Bahia Principe La Romana in Punta Cana. An autopsy reportedly revealed that she died of a heart attack.

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Fox insisted her uncle, an avid traveler, had been "fine" until he had a scotch from his room's minibar while at the hotel for his stepson's wedding.

A string of high profile deaths, illnesses and a claim of assault in the Dominican Republic has cast a shadow of concern over a country whose economy is largely driven by tourism. "We were promised within three months that we would receive a toxicology report".

The U.S. Department of State has told ABC News it is monitoring the local investigations into the three deaths, but said in a statement on Tuesday that "at this point, we are not aware of any connection between these incidents".

"Out of respect to the family during this hard time, we have no further comment".

Those deaths raised alarms for the loved ones of David Harrison who had the same cause of death - pulmonary edema and respiratory failure - at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Punta Cana last July.

She was at the hotel with her now ex-boyfriend to mark their first anniversary, and says the scary experience doomed their romance. 'We were kind of terrified. We went as a happy family.

They were sick for six weeks.

While announcing exiguous publicly, then all over again, teams of consultants and inspectors from plenty of world businesses, including the Centers for Illness Regulate and Prevention, performed tests Thursday at the Bahia Principe properties the build US vacationers died.

The hotel also repeated the comments from the police, which said that the couple refused to file a report on the incident.

The FBI is investigating the three most recent deaths.

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