A Georgia man has died of a ‘respiratory illness’ while on holiday in the Dominican Republic – becoming the 13th American to die there in under a year.
Jerome Jester Jr. of Forsyth, Georgia, died on March 17 this year just a day after going sightseeing in the Caribbean nation, according to his family.
The article goes on to state the following:
The 31-year-old had been on vacation with his sister, who called for an ambulance after he started having difficulty breathing.
Jester’s sister told ABC News: ‘He just dropped to his knees and started throwing up blood, and was calling for Mama.’
State Dept. confirms another American tourist death in the Dominican Republic https://t.co/lAfayzeoEM
— ABC6 News Desk (@ABC6) July 14, 2019
13th American dies while visiting the DR. Would you travel to the Dominican Republic? Is enough being done to determine the cause of these deaths?
— Kari Lake Fox 10 (@KariLakeFox10) July 15, 2019
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