Published: Thu, June 27, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Glen Cove Pizzeria Owner Latest American Tourist To Die In Dominican Republic

Glen Cove Pizzeria Owner Latest American Tourist To Die In Dominican Republic

Speaking to the New York Post, Frank Caruso said that his brother Vittorio had been in good health and visited a doctor shortly before he went on vacation at the Boca Chica Resort in Santo Domingo.

A woman from NY says that because of the soda bottles filled with bleach, she bled at the same resort in the Dominican Republic, where at least three American tourists died suddenly.

"The families of Chris Palmer - a 41-year-old Army veteran from Kansas who died on April 18, 2018, and Barbara Diane Maser-Mitchell, a 69-year-old retired nurse from Pennsylvania who died on September 17, 2016 - came forward to Fox News to report their deaths", adds the Post.

Vittorio Caruso had traveled to the Dominican Republican many times before this last trip. His sister-in-law said Caruso died after suffering respiratory distress and possibly a heart attack while on vacation. 'We were told he was not responding to any meds he was given and died.

The Dominican Hard Rock Hotel and Casino announced on Sunday that it would remove liquor dispensers from guest room minibars at its resort, according to CNN. They sold the business a few weeks before Caruso left for an extended vacation to the Dominican Republic.

On 20 June it became known that the 59-year-old Susan simoneau died on June 19 in New Orleans after she was urgently hospitalized due to fluid in the lungs. "We think maybe there was something in his drink or in his food".

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The entrance to the Bahia Principe resort is seen where according to family members a tourist died unexpectedly after getting sick previous year on June 20, 2019 in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.

He died of respiratory failure, police said, citing the physician. But officials there have tried to assure travelers the deaths are isolated events. Tammy Lawrence-Daley said that he wants to share his story "in the hope that women will be more aware".

The resort said the decision was made independently and not because of the incidents.

Public interest in tourist deaths on the island was sparked on May 30, when the bodies of Edward Nathaniel Holmes, 63, and Cynthia Ann Day, 49, were found in their room at the all-inclusive Grand Bahia Principe La Romana hotel.

Nevertheless, Tourism Minister Francisco Javier Garcia told Fox News that "disciplinary measures" would be utilized if investigations uncovered any "negligence" related to the American deaths.

"I truly believe if she was anywhere else in the world besides the Dominican Republic she'd be alive right now", said her son, Will.

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