Robert Bell Wallace, 67, from California fell ill and died at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino resort in Punta Cana, on April 14. Her lungs became filled with fluid, which led to respiratory failure, not long after consuming a drink from a minibar in the couple's hotel room, according to authorities in the Dominican Republic. Wallace was in DR to attend his stepson's wedding.
The three deaths in May happened a few months after a auto crash in the Dominican Republic killed two other Americans.
The remains of Edward Nathaniel Holmes, 63, and Cynthia Ann Day, 49, arrived in Maryland on Tuesday morning, Steven E. Bullock, an attorney for the couple's families instructed ABC News.
Yvette Monique, 51, died in June 2018 of a reported heart attack, according to her death certificate, at the Bahia Principe resort, which is the same resort complex that Schaup-Werner, Holmes and Day had died, Fox 29 reports.
Arnold also reiterates that her uncle, an avid traveler, had been in good health before his sudden death.
Two other deaths that have recently come to light occurred more than a year apart at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in the resort town of Punta Cana.
More than 6 million tourists visit the Dominican Republic each year, which is an important source of revenue for the country.
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Autopsies performed on the couple showed they died of respiratory failure and pulmonary edema, reported WJZ.
Dominican authorities have yet to give the family a cause of death, Arnold said.
"I didn't plan on coming back a widow", Dawn McCoy said through tears.
Bullock said honest exams are anticipated to be bustle on the couple to shed fresh gentle on what killed them as they vacationed on the Giant Bahia Principe La Romana Resort in San Pedro de Macoris on the southeast fly of the Dominican Republic. Dominican authorities also ruled his death was due to pulmonary edema and a heart attack.
"He started feeling very sick, he had blood in his urine and stool right afterward", Arnold explained. On April 11, he had a scotch from the minibar.
"At this point, we are not aware of any connection between these incidents", the official told ABC News in a statement.
Since the couple was found, five other suspicious deaths in the Dominican Republic in the a year ago have been revealed in addition to multiple people getting violently ill. Knull said that her blood boiled and it made her want to cry and scream.
Asked about contacts with Dominican police and authorities, Bullock said "it has been very, very hard".
A user on Twitter theorizes that what is happening in the Dominican Republic could be the same thing that happened in resorts in Mexico where fake liquor was served and caused mysterious illnesses and deaths as well.