Sandals Resorts Bahamas Deaths Autopsy – It is still unknown how the three American guests died on the Sandals Emerald Bay Resort’s premises in the Bahamas as of Wednesday, May 18. Families of the three victims who died while on vacation have requested a second autopsy by a doctor from the United States.
On May 6, Florida residents Michael and Robbie Phillips, both 68, and Vincent Chiarella, 64, were found dead inside adjoining villas at the resort on Great Exuma Island.
Sandals Resorts Bahamas Deaths Autopsy
The three of them were not traveling together. Vincent’s 65-year-old wife, Donnis, is said to be in good health and doing well in a Miami hospital.
Frustration has grown as family appear to have been kept in the dark about the circumstances surrounding their deaths.
Bahamas Police Commissioner Paul Rolle is holding interviews with people in the United States who claim to have information that could aid in the investigation.
Since early this month, the resort has made no further announcements about the deaths of their guests.