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The COP advises that pathological reports of American death can take up to three weeks – Eye Witness News

American blood samples sent abroad for analysis

Bahamas, Nassau — Police Commissioner Paul Roll said three Americans at Sandals Emerald Bay Resort in Exuma yesterday as authorities await analysis, forensic reports, and prosecution of blood samples sent abroad. Insisted not to speculate on the cause of death.

According to Rolle, the samples were sent to a laboratory in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for rapid processing of the results.

It was expected that a pathological examination would be performed.

Despite the widespread theory, the Commissioner said: We are a professional organization and have the utmost respect for forensic scientists. “

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According to Roll, these forensic scientists collected samples from both the villa and the property of the sandals to “determine the presence of contaminants. [were] Current”.

“In the meantime, we ask you to resort to official updates, which we aim to provide in a timely manner,” he said of the deceased and relatives of the local and international media. I said at the virtual press conference I attended.

“We are preparing to help all the property of the victims.

“And it can be said that pathologists have agreed to perform these autopsies today.

“Until we get feedback from pathologists, preferably later today, or perhaps through a press release, there will be no answer to them.”

According to Rolle, the samples were sent to a laboratory in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for rapid processing of the results.

He said laboratory staff would work with Bahamian pathologists, who were confident as internationally trained professionals, to produce a pathology report.

Bahamian scientists were expected to travel to Pennsylvania yesterday or today, Roll said.

The result could take seven days, he said.

With these results in hand, the Commissioner said it could take “more weeks” for doctors to complete the pathology report.

Mr Roll also said he saw a lot of false information in the public sphere, but the investigation must follow due diligence to determine the results.

He said he had updated his family, and Bahamian authorities will continue to provide the facts to them and the media when they become available.

Family of deceased guests

At yesterday’s press conference, it was virtually promoted by Austin Chiarello, the son of 65-year-old Vincent Paul Chiarello, and Donnis, the only survivor, 64-year-old wife.

According to Roll, she was “severely” airlifted to a Florida medical facility.

The Minister of Health and Wellness said Witness news On Saturday she was in a stable condition at Princess Marguerite Hospital.

The cause of her deterioration was not revealed.

Meanwhile, Paul Fountain Berry, a relative of Robbie Phillips (65) and Michael Phillips (68), who live in Tennessee, both died in a villa on the premises.

Vincent Paul Chiarello (65) (left) and his wife Donis (64) are depicted in statistics in sandals to celebrate their anniversary.

Mr Roll said police had obtained information about guest check-in times, but he did not tend to publish it.

He reported that each of the guests felt sick and was seen by doctors around 11:00 pm on Thursday evening, and police said they died between 11:30 pm and 8:30 am on Friday morning. Insisted that he made me believe.

When asked if he knew of other guests experiencing similar symptoms at the resort, Roll said he didn’t.

Witness news The first attempt on Saturday to go out to the ground to access the sandals was not allowed by the property, but the attempt to talk to the general manager failed.

In response to the theory surrounding air conditioning units and potential gas leaks, Roll said: Or whatever it is. I hope it can be answered for us. “

According to Roll, a coroner’s cause of death hearing will also be held.

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