A family of three Americans found dead in early May Bahamas Sandals Emerald Bay Resort He reportedly asked investigators to allow foreign pathologists to perform a second autopsy.
Michael Phillips (68) and Robbie Phillips (65) in Tennessee and Vincent Chiarella (64) in Florida died on May 6 at an all-inclusive resort villa on Great Exuma. Was found to be. Vincent’s 65-year-old wife, Donnis, the only survivor, is in good shape at a hospital in Miami, a spokesman there told Fox News Digital last week.
As of Wednesday, it remains unclear how the three tourists died in the property.
According to witness news Bahamas, Bahamas Minister of Health and Welfare Michael Durville told reporters, “The toxicology report is still unresolved. Another pathologist from abroad brought from the deceased’s family. I was asked to do an autopsy. “
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The website reported that the government would facilitate the request as Derville wants to be “underlying” the investigation.
“They are still some Ongoing investigation at Sandals Resort.. There are also pathologists who have worked in the country, and the samples were sent to a very reliable laboratory in the United States, “Darville said.
Bahamas police commissioner Paul Roll said on Sunday that members of his team
Witness News Bahamas reported, claiming an investigation.
A Sandals spokesman told Fox News Digital on Tuesday that the resort operator “will not comment beyond our initial statement at this time.”
“There is nothing more important than guest safety for Sandals Resort,” Sandals said earlier. “We can confirm that three guests died in Sandals Emerald Bay on May 6, 2022.” Is very sad. “