Since May 2019 3 americans have turned up dead at a resort in the Dominic Republic.
On May 25, Miranda Werner, who was 41 years of age, out of Allentown, Pennsylvania, arrived with her husband at the Bahia Principe resort in La Romana to celebrate their wedding anniversary, according to NBC.
Shortly after the couple check into their room, she had a drink from the minibar, Schaup-Werner “abruptly experienced acute physical distress, and collapsed,” accordion to her brother n law. The efforts of her husband and emergency medical technicians to resuscitate her were unsuccessful, and she died.
That same day another couple from Prince George’s County, Maryland — Nathaniel Edward Holmes and Cynthia Ann Day had also checked into the Luxury Bahia Principe Bouganville, the exact resort as Werner. The couple were set to leave May 30th, but never checked out. The staff followed the established protocol and entered the room, to find both bodies unresponsive. Police say the couple both died from respiratory failure and pulmonary edema.
These reports come days just after a woman from Delaware shared her horrific story on Facebook about being brutally beaten at a different resort in the DR, the Majestic Elegance Punta Cana.
The resort has this matter under investigation.
Courtesy of NBC