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A Pennsylvania tourist collapsed and died in the same Dominican Republic hotel where an engaged couple from Maryland was found dead five days later — and from the very same condition, according to alarming reports.
Psychotherapist Miranda Schaup-Werner, 41, from Allentown, died in front of her husband in their room in the Bahía Príncipe hotel in La Romana on May 25 after having a drink from the mini-bar, a relative told Fox News.
Nathaniel Holmes, 63, and Cynthia Ann Day, 49, checked into the all-inclusive hotel the same day — and just five days later were also found dead in their room.
All three died of respiratory failure, according to Fox, which a family spokesman for Schaup-Werner called “beyond coincidence.” “It was, at first, a little confusing that there was such a strong parallel … it immediately caused serious concern for us,” said Jay McDonald, acting as the family spokesman for Schaup-Werner’s grieving husband, Daniel Werner. “They died five days after, and the cause was determined to be the same, this just puts this whole thing through the stratosphere – something is going on, and we want to know what it is.” Schaup-Werner and her husband had been on the island celebrating her ninth anniversary when she suddenly collapsed after having a drink, McDonald told Fox. “She started shrieking and she dropped to the floor. He attempted to do CPR, he tried to resuscitate her,” McDonald said his brother-in-law told him.
Paramedics arrived and gave an epinephrine injection — usually used to treat severe allergic reactions. “At that point, they just declared her dead,” McDonald said, adding that the authorities “did a very cursory [look] into determining the cause of death.
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