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New victims of the Dominican Republic: a group of teenagers from the United States contracted an unknown disease

A group of teenagers from Oklahoma flew to rest in the Dominican Republic and suddenly fell ill with an unknown disease, reports New York Post.

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High school graduates from Deer Creek (Oklahoma) flew 8 June to the Dominican Republic and settled at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Punta Cana, where at least 2 Americans died and several others fell ill. Soon, the teenagers started feeling bad.

Liz McLaughlin (the mother of one of the sick girls) said that teenagers have no idea what is happening, and where the disease came from.

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“We just don't know what's going on,” said McLaughlin. - This is water? Is it ice? This is food? Is it food processing? Is it pesticides? ”

On the first day of rest, teenagers had fun on the beach, but after dinner in the Japanese restaurant of the hotel the whole group felt bad.

“I woke up from stomach cramps, I was sweating all over,” said Bennet Hill. - I'm frozen".

Hill and six others were taken to the hospital by ambulance, where they received medicine for nausea and first aid.

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“We have been connected to drippers since we first got here,” Hill said. Thus, doctors maintain the water balance in the body and try to avoid dehydration in the diseased.

It is unclear whether the unknown disease that infects adolescents is related to deaths recently reported at the resort.

As ForumDaily wrote earlier:

  • Nathaniel Holmes, 63, and Cynthia Ann Day, 49, from Prince George County, Virginia, were found in a room at the Bahía Príncipe in the resort of Playa Nueva Romana, on the south-east coast of the country. The cause of death has not yet been established, but the police found no signs of violence.
  • Miranda Schaupp-Werner was found dead in a hotel Grand Bahía Príncipe in La Romana 25 May.
  • Relatives of 51-year-old Yvette Monique Sport told that she went to the resort last June and stopped at the Bahia Principe Resort in Punta Cana. In the room she drank a drink from the minibar and died that night.
  • Delaware Woman severely beaten and left to die at a resort in the Dominican Republic. Tammy Lawrence-Daily said she wants to share her story "in the hope that women will be more knowledgeable." She said that on the second night of her vacation in January at the Majestic Elegance Punta Cana resort, where she arrived with her husband and two friends, she went to the next building to have a snack. She was attacked. The woman's nose and arm are broken, she has partially lost her hearing.
  • 10 Jun reported that a woman from New York claimed that because of a soda bottle filled with bleach, she was bleeding in the same resort in the Dominican Republic, where at least three American tourists died suddenly.
  • Russian doctor Maria Cheremushkina, who was vacationing in the Dominican Republic, passed away on the night of june ju. Relatives learned that shortly before the incident, the girl complained of heartache, however, the necessary help was not provided to her, and the hotel staff refused to call an ambulance, so the girl went to the hospital by taxi.

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