The 67-year-old from California was in the country to attend his stepson's wedding. His family said Dominican Republic officials have not revealed a cause of death. "We offer our sincerest condolences to the family for their loss".
We reiterate that we totally disagree with the dissemination of false information published publicly that endangers the image and reputation of the company and the integrity and rights of our employees and their families, reserving, when necessary, the right to undertake the adequate legal action.
"I accepted it", McCoy told The Washington Post on Saturday.
After learning of a rash of unusual deaths in the Dominican Republic, a Maryland woman named Dawn McCoy claims her husband also passed away in the Carribbean nation under similar circumstances almost one year ago.
Sunday night, favorite son and sports legend David Ortiz was shot in the back in his native Santo Domingo. The Post reported that the former baseball player was in stable condition after having parts of his colon and gallbladder removed during surgery. "Sometimes, nothing may happen to you in a year. But in another week, three things might happen to you". Within two hours, local officials said, the Pennsylvania resident was dead. Schaup-Werner died that same day from what authorities said was a heart attack.
The FBI confirmed with Fox News that it was involved in the investigation into the deaths of Miranda Schaup-Werner, a 41-year-old Pennsylvania woman; Cynthia Day, a 49-year-old Maryland woman; and Day's fiance Nathaniel Holmes, 63. Investigators found "several pill bottles" of three medications, including the prescription opioid oxycodone, in the couple's room, the attorney general's office said. "Really, we're a safe destination".
The authorities have indicated that Soup-Werner died of a heart attack, but her son-in-law insisted that the woman had drunk a drink from the bar before she became ill.
This week, a Colorado couple announced that they filed a lawsuit in the Dominican Republic against the Bahia Principe resort group, alleging that they fell ill because of pesticides while staying at one of the chain's properties previous year.More news: Final Fantasy VII Remake releases in March 2020
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"It beggars belief to think that so many people can fall ill at one hotel without the issue being resolved and it's a shocking example of how not to treat your customers", Clive Garner, a lawyer with Irwin Mitchell, told the Daily Mail. "It makes me question at this point if this cause of death is even true".
Lawrence-Daley had bruises on her face and a broken nail on one of her pinkie fingers, the resort said, but no other signs of violence.
"Serious insults and threats have been levied on some of our more than 15,000 employees and their families, who are the backbone of our company and before whom we can not stand idle on the sidelines", the statement reads. He returned to their room to take a nap. She said that during the second night of their stay, she was hungry and made a decision to call room service.
'We were apparently very lucky, ' she wrote. "It was very strong". Relatives of Yvette Monique Sport, 51, told Fox 29 Philadelphia she changed into once visiting the favored tourist jam final June, had a drink, later went to mattress, and never wakened. "He was sweating profusely".
Arnold said a hotel doctor later checked on Wallace and determined on April 13 that he needed to go to the hospital. The statistics, which do not include deaths from natural causes, include deaths from drownings, homicide, suicide, vehicle or other accidents. "Now, I'm sorry that I accepted it".
It has led Rojo to leave the resort having not previously been aware of the death, reports The Sun.
"I just want answers", she said, noting that she isn't seeking monetary compensation. "It's not going to bring him home". The other three all died at sister resorts that are less than a mile apart from each other. Montes told the News that she stayed at the Luxury Bahia Principe Bouganville in October 2018, and originally thought that the incident that left her vomiting blood was caused by a mistake, but news of deaths in the hotel has her shaken up.
"We are awaiting the results, especially in regards to the tragic death of the couple from Maryland", a spokeswoman for the Dominican Republic Ministry of Tourism told Fox.
Wallace, pictured alongside with his wife, Beverly, began feeling sick after drinking the scotch from the minibar, his niece mentioned.