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As of Wednesday, May 18  It’s still unknown how the three  American vacationers perished on the property of Sandals Emerald Bay Resort in the Bahamas. The families of the three victims who died while on holiday have called for a second autopsy to be performed by a pathologist from the United States.

On May 6, Michael and Robbie Phillips, both 68, and Vincent Chiarella, 64, also of Florida, were discovered dead inside nearby villas at the resort on Great Exuma Island.

The trio was not travelling together. Donnis, Vincent’s 65-year-old wife, is claimed to be in good health and recovering well at a Miami hospital.

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Michael Phillips, 68, left, and his wife, Robbie Phillips, 65, of Tennessee, died earlier this month image Credit: Facebook

Frustration has grown as relatives appear to have been kept in the dark about what caused their premature deaths.

Bahamas Police Commissioner Paul Rolle is scheduling interviews with people in the United States who claim to have information that could help solve the case.

The resort has made no more statements about the deaths of their guests since earlier this month.

 

 

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