The identities of three American tourists have been found dead in the Bahamas

A Tennessee couple մի a Florida man were officially identified on Monday as three Americans who died in one of the Bahamas last week after authorities announced they were ill.

The police of the island country are the names of the dead couple: 68-year-old Michael Phillips and his 65-year-old wife Robbie. The identity of the third deceased, 64-year-old Vincent Paul Chiarella, had previously been confirmed by his family.

They were all guests of the Sandals Emerald Bay resort in Greater Exxon.

Chiarella’s wife, 65-year-old Donis, was airlifted to a Florida hospital and is still in critical condition, Royal Bahamas Commissioner Paul Rolly told a news conference on Monday.

Officials said they could not yet determine the cause of death and were speeding up toxicology with the help of a laboratory in Philadelphia.

“Once these samples are taken, our pathologist will be able to submit an official report on the exact cause of death, to clearly determine what happened,” said Rollen.

Michael և Robbie Phillips. Robbie Phillips / via Facebook

The deaths cast a cloud over a resort hotel in a part of the Bahamas, which is considered a luxurious place, attracting tourists with its turquoise waters and white sands.

Despite the mysterious circumstances of the case, officials said no illegal games were suspected at the moment. Rolly was reluctant to theorize what could have happened.

But the commissioner said samples had been collected from the area and would be tested to “find out if there was a chemical leak.” An unsubstantiated report on social media said that there was a faulty air conditioner on the spot.

“We really want to know what caused it without speculation,” Rolle said.

A number of guests were taken to a clinic for treatment for nausea and vomiting on Thursday, said the island’s health minister, Dr. Michael Darville. said Eyewitness News Bahamas.

Officers called police on Friday morning after finding three guests dead.

Sandals Emerald Bay in Great Exuma, Bahamas.
Sandals Emerald Bay in Great Exuma, Bahamas.Google Maps:

Chiarella was found in his villa on the floor of his bedroom, and the bodies of the Phillips were found in another villa. Police said Michael Phillips was in the bathroom and Robbie Phillips was in bed.

“Both men showed signs of shock,” the statement said.

Chiarella’s son, Austin Chiarella, previously told NBC News that he was disappointed after he was told little about what happened to his parents.

The sandals confirmed the deaths on Saturday, but declined to comment further “out of respect for our guests’ privacy.”

“Nothing is more important to Sandals Resorts than the safety of our guests,” the resort said in a statement.

The US State Department also said that it was “closely following” the police investigation and was ready to provide all relevant consular assistance.

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