What The Hell Is Happening In The Dominican Republic?

Jay McDonald, who is acting as the family spokesman for his brother-in-law, Daniel Werner, Schaup-Werner's husband, told Fox News that Miranda died the same way.

Shortly after, she collapsed and died. "He was understandably in shock but the whole thing was just so stunning". She and her husband were celebrating their ninth wedding anniversary.

Days before the bodies of a Maryland couple were found in their room at a Dominican Republic resort, a Pennsylvania woman collapsed and died at the same hotel, devastated loved ones said. Police said several bottles of medicines to treat high blood pressure were found on the scene of the couple's death.

For five Americans it was supposed to be summer vacation, but in the span of about a week all of them were dead.

In some unspecified time in the future of the tournament and in the times that followed we offered our complete enhance to Mr. Werner in collaboration with native authorities and the U.S. Embassy.

"We also want to know why her death was treated in such a cursory manner", he added.

Dominican authorities say in all three cases, the autopsy revealed the cause of death was respiratory failure and pulmonary edema, which is caused by excess fluid in the lungs.

The Dominican Republic is the preferred destination of more than 2 million North American tourists each year.

Day and Holmes' deaths become even more suspicious after it was learned that another tourist died under mysterious circumstances at the same hotel.

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.

But the Daily Mail, a publication that serves the United Kingdom, reported that Dominican Republic's National Police learned during their investigation that Holmes had called for a hotel doctor Thursday morning May 30, complaining that he felt ill.

In a statement to CNN, the State Department confirmed last month's deaths of the three U.S. citizens.

Tammy Lawrence-Daley after an attack at a resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic in January 2019. Their bodies were transported to the Dominican National Institute of Forensic Sciences for an exam. The department also did not state any connections between the deaths.

The U.S. State Department issued a travel advisory for the Dominican Republic in April, urging those visiting there to "exercise increased caution...due to crime".

The hotel said it is cooperating with local authorities' investigation into the couple's deaths, the statement said.

Police said carbon monoxide poisoning may have killed them. They tried to revive her, but she passed away in the hotel room.

She says she sympathizes with the other families.