Tourist dies while vacationing in Exuma – Eye Witness News

Nassau, Bahamas — An 87-year-old tourist from Pennsylvania, USA, has died while vacationing at the Grand Isle Resort and Residences on Exuma.

Police were notified about a woman being unresponsive at a Farmer’s Hill resort around 12:15 a.m. Friday, according to reports.

A woman was found unresponsive in the shower of one of the condominium hotel residences, according to an official statement released by the Grand Isle Resort and Residences.

“On behalf of all the resort staff and others who heard about the incident, we have no further comment other than to say that our hearts are saddened and our thoughts and prayers go out to the family. I can’t. Read the document.

An investigation was launched to determine the woman’s cause of death.

The island’s administrator, Christian Parashas, ​​said yesterday that he does not believe the recent deaths will affect tourism on the island.

“I’m not worried about it doing anything wrong or having a bad effect on the island. As you know, people are dying every day. It’s a shame what happened here in Exuma.”

In early May, three US tourists died at the Sandals Emerald Bay resort in Exuma. His 68-year-old Michael Phillips and his 65-year-old Robbie Phillips from Maryville, Tennessee, and his 64-year-old Vincent Paul Chiarella from Florida.

On May 28, an American tourist died while diving. Tourist dies while vacationing in Exuma – Eye Witness News

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