Investigation of the deaths of tourists the Bahamas police began. The latest reason was a 70-year-old American tourist who was found dead in the resort of Exuma. The main mystery is that three more tourists died at the same resort in May, the official conclusion being carbon monoxide poisoning.
According to CBS News, police said the tourist complained of shortness of breath on Saturday. The tourist was given a covid test, which gave a positive result for COVID. After that, the tourist received quarantine instructions in his room, where he died. The tourist's body has been taken to the city of Nassau, where authorities will conduct an autopsy to determine the cause of his death.
At the same time, the media reported that three American tourists had previously died at a resort on the island of Great Exuma. The tragedy occurred in early May, three tourists Michael and Robbie Phillips from Tennessee and Vincent Chiarella from Florida were found dead in their villas at the Sandals Emerald Bay Resort. A fourth tourist, Chiarella's wife, Donnis, was found in critical condition and taken to a Florida hospital, where she recovered. The official reason is carbon monoxide poisoning. After the tragedy, the hotel management announced that they would install carbon monoxide detectors in all rooms.
And now the fourth death. However, according to the media, the police did not say in which hotel the tourist died.
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