Bahamas Sandals deaths: Carbon monoxide poisoning killed 3 Individuals at resort, report says

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The three American vacationers who had been discovered lifeless earlier this month at an all-inclusive Sandals resort within the Bahamas handed away from carbon monoxide poisoning, a brand new report says. 

A pathologist is anticipated to launch post-mortem and toxicology findings Monday following the Might 6 deaths of Michael Phillips, 68, and Robbie Phillips, 65, of Tennessee, and Vincent Chiarella, 64, of Florida, in keeping with the Nassau Guardian. 

The newspaper reported Monday that carbon monoxide poisoning was decided to be the reason for dying. 

Robbie and Michael Phillips, two of the victims discovered dead on May 6 at Sandals Emerald Bay in Great Exuma, Bahamas.

Robbie and Michael Phillips, two of the victims found lifeless on Might 6 at Sandals Emerald Bay in Nice Exuma, Bahamas.

The report couldn’t be independently verified. Sandals didn’t instantly reply to a request Monday from G3 Field Information Digital for remark. 


Every of the victims was staying at a villa at Sandals Emerald Bay on Nice Exuma island. 

The pool area of the Sandals Emerald Bay resort in June 2016.

The pool space of the Sandals Emerald Bay resort in June 2016.
(Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Pictures for Sandals)

Their households final week reportedly requested investigators to permit a pathologist from overseas to carry out a second post-mortem. 

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“The toxicology stories are nonetheless excellent. There have been requests by members of the family of the deceased to usher in a pathologist from overseas to do one other post-mortem,” Bahamas Minister of Well being and Wellness Michael Darville informed reporters, in keeping with Eyewitness Information Bahamas.  

The beach area at the Sandals Emerald Bay resort.

The seashore space on the Sandals Emerald Bay resort.
(Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Pictures for Sandals)

The web site reported that the federal government will facilitate the request, as Darville desires to “get to the underside” of the investigation. 

Donnis Chiarella, 65, the lone survivor from the Sandals Bahamas incident, has been discharged from HCA Florida Kendall Hospital in Miami, a spokesperson there tells G3 Field Information Digital.

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