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Cause of death revealed for three Americans found dead at Bahamas resort

The Daily Telegraph Australia 26 May 2022
The cause of death and toxicology report of three American tourists found dead at a luxury resort in the Bahamas has been released ....
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Ecotourism giving iguanas a sweet tooth in the Bahamas

The Star 26 May 2022
Ecotourists�feeding grapes to rock iguanas on remote islands in the Bahamas have given them a sweet tooth and high blood sugar, researchers said recently, warning of unknown effects on the health of the vulnerable reptiles. Read full story ... .
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Bahamas Sandals deaths: Resort installs carbon monoxide detectors after 3 Americans found dead

Fox News 26 May 2022
Sandals says carbon monoxide detectors will be placed in all of its resorts in the Caribbean after three American tourists were found dead in the Bahamas resort ... .
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Bahamas Hotel Provides Update After 3 Americans Found Mysteriously Dead

The Epoch Times 26 May 2022
The Sandals resort in the Bahamas where three American tourists were found dead earlier this month confirmed it has installed carbon monoxide detectors in its rooms ...
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Carbon monoxide blamed for tourists’ deaths at Bahamas resort, reports say

WPXI 25 May 2022
GREAT EXUMA, BahamasCarbon monoxide poisoning is being blamed for the recent deaths of three American tourists at a Bahamas resort, multiple news outlets are reporting ... 3 American tourists found dead at Bahamas resort identified.
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CDC adds five new destinations to 'high' risk category for travel, including the Bahamas

Dothan Eagle 25 May 2022
The CDC adds five new destinations to the 'high' risk category for travel, including the Bahamas. .
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Bahamas Sandals deaths: what to know about carbon monoxide poisoning, a quiet killer

Fox News 25 May 2022
Three American tourists died from carbon monoxide poisoning at the Sandals resort in the Bahamas ... .
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Those deaths at the Sandals in Exuma, Bahamas were the result of

Democratic Underground 24 May 2022
http.//www.tribune242.com/news/2022/may/23/samples-received-exuma-deaths-probe/ ... .
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Bahamas hotel deaths mystery solved after three tourists found dead in their rooms

The Mirror 24 May 2022
Married couple Michael and Robbie Phillips, along with Floridian Vincent Chiarella, were found dead at the all-inclusive retreat in May after reports of feeling unwell ... .
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Cause revealed in deaths of three US citizens at Sandals in Bahamas

The Independent 24 May 2022
The tourists were found dead in their villas on 7 May .
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Mystery surrounding tragic deaths of three tourists at Bahamas resort solved

Daily Record 24 May 2022
Vincent Chiarella and Tennessee couple Michael Phillips and Robbie Phillips were found dead on May 6 at the all-inclusive Emerald Bay resort ... .
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3 Americans died mysteriously at a Bahamas resort on May 6. We now know what ...

Penn Live 24 May 2022
We now know what caused the mysterious deaths of three Americans at a Bahamas resort earlier this month. According to the Nassau Guardian, the deaths of Michael Phillips, 68, Robbie Phillips, 65, and Vincent Chiarella, 64, was caused by carbon monoxide poisoning ... report ... The autopsies were reportedly performed in Philadelphia. Note to readers ... ....
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Carbon monoxide responsible for death of American in the Bahamas: Report

Fox News 24 May 2022
Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marty Makary on American tourists' deaths in the Bahamas, calls out CDC vaccine advisory panel pushing for COVID boosters in children ... .
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Carbon monoxide poisoning killed 3 U.S. tourists at Sandals Bahamas resort, reports say

The Miami Herald 24 May 2022
Three American tourists found dead inside two villas at a luxury Sandals resort in the Bahamas earlier this month were killed by carbon monoxide poisoning, according to local news reports ... .

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