Robert Wallace of Turlock, Calif., arrived at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino resort in Punta Cana with his wife on April 10 to attend his stepson's wedding but fell ill nearly immediately the day after. However, what's important to note is that she suffered a heart attack after having had a drink from the minibar in her room, much like Wallace.
Bob Wallace had been in the island country for a family wedding, but by the time of the actual festivities, the adventure-loving 67-year-old man was hospitalized and too sick to participate.
Wallace's family says he was in good health before the trip and became concerned after seeing the alarming number of deaths at resorts in the Dominican in the month of May.
Miranda Schaup-Werner, 41, reportedly died in her room at the Bahia Principe Bouganville resort on May 25 of a pulmonary edema, according to authorities.
Last year, David Harrison, 45, of Maryland, suddenly died at the same hotel that Wallace stayed at.More news: Helicopter passenger: Nothing wrong before crash
The family was in the Dominican Republic for Ticknoff's wedding.
His heartbroken niece, Chloe Arnold, told Fox News: 'He was fine.
Arnold said a hotel doctor later checked on Wallace and determined on April 13 that he needed to go to the hospital.
"Serious insults and threats have been levied against some of our more than 15,000 employees and their families, who are the backbone of our company and before whom we can not stand idle on the sideline", the statement said, according to the Daily News. "Things can happen. But right now we don't really know what's causing this and that's the biggest concern".
Nieves questioned whether the "heart attack" cause of death was true.
Rojo, who is expected to leave Old Trafford this summer, was unaware of the shock deaths having been on a two-day fishing trip.More news: Uber Air's $100 'flying taxi' rides between Melbourne CBD and airport
A Turlock man is one of four Americans who have mysteriously died while vacationing in the Dominican Republic in the past few months.
The resort apologised and offered her and her boyfriend a meal and a massage, according to reports.
The bodies of a Maryland couple found dead in their hotel room in the Dominican Republic have been brought back to the United States.
Awilda initially thought it was an accident, but she now thinks she may have been spiked, following the deaths of three people at the resort last month.
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