FBI investigating SIX mysterious American deaths at two Dominican Republic hotels within past year

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The FBI is now investigating six mysterious deaths of seemingly healthy Americans who died suddenly at one of two resorts in the Dominican Republic within the past year.

Robert Bell Wallace, 67, of California became ill almost immediately after drinking an alcoholic beverage from his in-room minibar at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino resort in Punta Cana on April 10, and died on April 14 after being hospitalized, Fox News reported.

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Pennsylvania's Miranda Schaup-Werner, 41, also died after consuming a drink from a resort minibar across the island at Bahia Principe Hotel in La Romana on May 25.

Five days later, Maryland couple Cynthia Day, 49, and Nathaniel Holmes, 63, were found dead in their rooms on May 30 at the same resort, though staying in an adjacent sister hotel.

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One year ago, Yvette Monique Sport, 51, of Glenside, Pennsylvania, also died after drinking from the minibar at that resort, Sport's family members told Fox 29.

In July 2018, David Harrison, 45, of Maryland died of an alleged heart attack while vacationing with his wife and their son at the Hard Rock in Punta Cana, which his widow now calls into question given the other recent deaths.

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Sport's death certificate said she died of a heart attack. Preliminary tests are said to have shown Schaup-Werner, Day and Holmes all died of respiratory failure and pulmonary edema.

To date, no cause of death for Wallace has been provided by Dominican authorities. DailyMail.com could not immediately reach the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Punta Cana for comment.

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On Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention joined other international agencies in conducting tests at the Bahia Principe properties. It was not immediately clear whether other Dominican resorts, like the Hard Rock in Punta Cana, were also inspected.

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