The State Department “closely monitors” after 3 Americans were found dead in the Bahamas location

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The State Department said it is “closely monitoring” the investigation into what left three Americans dead at Bahamas Sandals resort and a fourth hospitalized.

Acting Bahamian Prime Minister Chester Cooper said the bodies of a woman and two men were found Friday at the Sandals Emerald Bay resort. There was also a separated woman flown to Princess Margaret Hospital.

Police in the area said it was unclear how the people died, saying their death was “sudden”.

A State Department spokesperson told Fox News Digital Saturday that it was “closely monitoring” the investigation into the deaths of Americans.

“We can confirm the deaths of three US citizens in the Bahamas. We are closely monitoring local authorities’ investigations into the cause of death. We are ready to provide all appropriate consular assistance. Out of respect for the privacy of families, we have nothing else to add. right now, “the spokesperson said.

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Sandals Emerald Bay Resort

Sandals Emerald Bay Resort
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“Upon arrival at the scene they were directed to the first mansion. Upon entering a bedroom, they found a Caucasian male lying on the ground unresponsive,” the Royal Bahama Police Force said in a statement. statements posted on Twitter. “A body examination was conducted, there was [sic] no signs of trauma found. The local doctor then declared the victim dead “.

Police officers went to a second villa where a man was found numb and “slumped against a wall in a bathroom”. In the bedroom, a woman was found numb. Police said people showed signs of “convulsions”.

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View of the 11th green during round two of Korn Ferry Tour’s The Bahamas Great Exuma Classic at Sandals Emerald Bay Golf Course on January 13, 2020 in Great Exuma, Bahamas.
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“The officers examined the bodies and found no signs of trauma. The local doctor subsequently declared both people dead,” Bahama police said.

According to police, a couple attempted to get medical treatment the night before.

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Fox News’ Caitlin McFall contributed to this report.