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NJ Man Is 9th Suspicious U.S. Tourist Death In Dominican Republic

Gothamist Tuesday, 18 June 2019
NJ Man Is 9th Suspicious U.S. Tourist Death In Dominican RepublicYet another tourist has died in the Dominican Republic under mysterious, but now familiar, circumstances: Joseph Allen, 55 and reportedly healthy, was found dead in his room at the Terra Linda in Sosúa on June 13th, after complaining to friends that he felt off. This is at least the ninth suspicious U.S. tourist death in the Caribbean nation since 2018, and while officials contend there's no evidence the fatalities are related, they nonetheless share striking similarities. [ more › ]
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