Sandals Resorts Bahamas has brought tears and great heartbreak, as it is recently making headlines on the American news channels, for the death of three American tourists.
Sandals Resorts Bahamas officially reported three Americans died of unexplained causes at a Sandals resort on the Bahamas’ Great Exuma island on Friday, and police are investigating.
Bahamian Acting Prime Minister Chester Cooper stated that, two men and a woman died at the resort, and a fourth American woman was taken to a hospital in Nassau, the Bahamas’ capital.
Cooper was “assured that foul play is not suspected,” even though authorities are investigating. The remains showed no evidence of trauma, according to the Royal Bahamas Police Force in a statement to CNN.
Sandals Resorts Bahamas Deaths Revealed
It was officially reported that a Caucasian man slumped against a restroom wall, unresponsive, “According to the Royal Bahamas Police Force. “Also unresponsive was the woman.
Both people appeared to be convulsing. The officers investigated the bodies for signs of trauma but found none.
To ascertain the specific cause of death, authorities will wait for an autopsy report, and for the time being, “this matter remains under active investigation.”
Cooper did not mention the location, but Sandals Resorts spokesman Stacy Royal confirmed to CNN that three guests died at the Sandals Emerald Bay resort on Great Exuma.
A fourth hospitalized person was not mentioned by Sandals Resorts, which operates more than a dozen all-inclusive resorts in the Atlantic and Caribbean.
The cause of the fatalities, why the fourth American was transported to the hospital if that individual was at the resort, their health, and the names of the Americans were not revealed.
Investigation is ongoing on the issue, according to Bahamas Acting Prime Minister Chester Cooper’s Twitter post, who added that “foul play is not suspected.”
Staff at Sandals Emerald Bay in Exuma notified police at the George Town station shortly after 9 a.m. on Friday that a man had been found motionless in his villa.
In another property at the resort, a second man and lady were discovered unresponsive. The guy was found in a bathroom, while the woman was found on a bed in the bedroom, according to police.
According to police, the man and woman in the second property had complained of being sick the night before they were discovered.
It is still unknown how they perished. The Royal Bahamas Police Force said it was looking into a claim that a couple was sick and went to the hospital for treatment.
Sandals confirmed the deaths in a statement to USA TODAY. The deaths occurred at Sandals Emerald Bay in Great Exuma, a luxury holiday destination.
The resort personnel informed George Town Police on Friday morning that a guy had been discovered unresponsive in one of the villas.
The Royal Bahamas Police Force reported that while authorities were on their way to the resort, they were informed that another man and woman had been found motionless in another villa.