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FBI assisting Dominican government in investigation after 9th tourist death

1 month ago   |   By WGN TV

LA ROMANA, Dominican Republic - The FBI is working with Dominican authorities in the investigation of recent tourist deaths, according to the US Embassy in the Dominican Republic.
The FBI is assisting in further toxicology analysis of the deaths that took place at the Bahia Principe in La Romana. The agency said the results could take up to a month.
The Embassy in Santo Domingo said in a statement last week that the two governments are working together to ensure that US travelers are safe.
“The safety and security of US citizens that live in, work in, and visit the Dominican Republic...
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FBI assisting Dominican government in investigation of tourist deaths

FBI assisting Dominican government in investigation of tourist deaths

1 month ago   |   By WESH

Officials in the Dominican Republic or the U.S. have not said the deaths are connected.
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