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An American tourist was found dead at the same luxury Bahamas resort as three died of carbon monoxide poisoning.
A man in his 70s was found dead at Sandals Emerald Bay Resort in Great Exuma, police revealed on August 16. He reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 and was placed in isolation, the Royal Bahamas Police Force told NBC News.
The man complained of shortness of breath in the days before his death, CBS reported.
Officials do not suspect foul play, but an official cause of death has not been released.
His body will be airlifted to New Providence for an autopsy.
A spokesman for The Sandals told The Sun: “We can confirm reports from the Bahamas that a guest tragically died of apparent natural causes.
“The Bahamian authorities do not suspect any foul play.
“We would like to express our deepest condolences to the families of our guests and to remain in close contact to provide support during this difficult time.”
The man’s death comes months after Robbie and Michael Phillips and Florida retiree Vincent Chiarella died of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Chiarella’s wife Donis, who is in her 60s, was taken to hospital but is believed to have made a full recovery.
Their son Austin told ABC News the couple celebrated their anniversary at the resort.
They were pictured swinging on the beach just days before his death.
Austin revealed that Downes woke up and found himself unable to move.
She told ABC News at the time: “When she woke up, my father was lying on the floor and she couldn’t move.”
Austin said her mother’s arms and legs were swollen.
Robbie and Michael Phillips are listed as two other victims.
Her latest social media post features stunning photos of the beach, with blue skies and clear waters washing over the sand.
He would say: “If you want the most beautiful long private beach, clear blue waters, and love listening to the waves lapping, watching the dunes, listening to the seagulls, this is it! Relax.”
When news of the tourist’s death broke, guests who had stayed at the resort before shared their experiences.
Alison and Jason Lewis returned from their romantic trip on May 2, just days before the three tourists were found dead.
“This is by far the worst hotel I’ve been to,” Alison told The Sun.
She claimed the pool was frozen and the colors looked dirty.
Meanwhile, Jason claims the walls are corroded.