More reports are coming out about tourists dying in the Dominican Republic. A fourth US tourist died in April after drinking a mini bar drink at an all-inclusive resort in Punta Cana.
This death happened about 1 month before the other three US tourists died in their rooms.
Robert Bell Wallace, aged 67, of California immediately fell ill after drinking a scotch from his in-room minibar at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Punta Cana.
Wallace’s niece, Chloe Arnold told Fox News that Wallace was visiting the Dominican Republic for his stepson’s wedding. Arnold also said that her uncle was an avid traveler and has been in good health prior to traveling to the DR and had recently completed a skiing trip in Lake Tahoe.
The U.S State Department released a statement, responding to questions about Wallace’s death. “We can confirm the death of a U.S. citizen in April 2019 in the Dominican Republic. We offer our sincerest condolences to the family for their loss. Out of respect for the family during this difficult time, we do not have additional information to provide.”
This is the 4th mysterious death in the Dominican Republic that has been confirmed. At the time of publication, no official warning has been released about traveling to the D.R with regard to these deaths or where to stay (or not) or whether or not tourists should consume beverages at the resorts.
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9th American Tourist Dead While Vacationing In The Dominican Republic
The death count for American tourists vacationing in the Dominican Republic continues to grow, not totaling 9 confirmed deaths. Joseph Allen, 55, who was vacationing in the D.R. was found unresponsive in his hotel room at the Terra Linda Resort on June 13. Allen was on a trip celebrating his friend’s birthday.
According to his brother, Jason, Joseph had skipped out on dinner on the night of his death, telling his family and friends that he was not feeling well. It is also reported that this was a repeat visit to the same hotel in the Dominican Republic by Joseph. A toxicology report will be conducted but it is being reported that this could take up to 30 days.
Also in the news regarding tourists and health in the Dominican Republic were Jimmy Buffet fans that fell severely ill at a resort in the Dominican Republic.
According to D.R. officials, none of these nine deaths are related.
Eight Year Old Boy Bitten By Shark Off Coast Of North Carolina; Third Shark Attack This Month
An eight year old boy was bitten on the leg in what is now the third shark attack this month off the coast of North Carolina. The boy, whose name was not released at the time of publication was in the water just off Bald Head Island when the shark attack occurred.
Village officials, while they did not see the shark, determined the boy was bitten based on an assessment of first responders and the wounds that the boy sustained.
The puncture wounds to the leg are not considered life threatening and the child was transported to a local area hospital right after the incident.