Bahamas Sandals deaths: Resort installs carbon monoxide detectors after 3 Individuals discovered useless

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The all-inclusive Sandals resort within the Bahamas the place three Individuals have been discovered useless in early Might says it has now put in carbon monoxide detectors “in all guest rooms.” 

Michael Phillips, 68, and Robbie Phillips, 65, of Tennessee, and Vincent Chiarella, 64, of Florida, have been decided to have died from carbon monoxide poisoning at Sandals Emerald Bay in Nice Exuma on Might 6, in keeping with a report.  

“Despite initial speculation, Bahamian authorities have concluded the cause was an isolated incident in one standalone structure that housed two individual guest rooms and was in no way linked to the resort’s air conditioning system, food and beverage service, landscaping services or foul play,” Sandals mentioned in an announcement obtained by Every day Submit Digital. 

“Ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our guests and team members is and will always be paramount. It is for this reason that we have taken additional measures such as engaging environmental safety experts for a comprehensive review of all systems across the resort,” the assertion continued. 

Robbie and Michael Phillips, two of the victims discovered dead on May 6 at Sandals Emerald Bay in Great Exuma, Bahamas. Samples extracted from the couple and a Florida resident who also died have been sent to a U.S. lab for testing. 

Robbie and Michael Phillips, two of the victims found useless on Might 6 at Sandals Emerald Bay in Nice Exuma, Bahamas. Samples extracted from the couple and a Florida resident who additionally died have been despatched to a U.S. lab for testing. 
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“In addition, CO detectors have now been placed in all guest rooms at Sandals Emerald Bay and although not mandated in any Caribbean destination where we operate, detectors will be installed in all guest rooms throughout the portfolio,” it added. 

The pool area of the Sandals Emerald Bay resort in June 2016.

The pool space of the Sandals Emerald Bay resort in June 2016.
(Picture by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Photos for Sandals)

Sandals additionally mentioned it stays “devastated by the unimaginable event that occurred at Sandals Emerald Bay Resort earlier this month that resulted in the loss of three lives, including two members of our beloved travel advisor community, and the recovery of a fourth guest.” 

 

“We wish to once again extend our deepest sympathies and our heartfelt condolences to the Phillips and Chiarella families,” it mentioned. 

The beach area at the Sandals Emerald Bay resort.

The seashore space on the Sandals Emerald Bay resort.
(Picture by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Photos for Sandals)

Donnis Chiarella, 65, the lone survivor from the Sandals Bahamas incident, has been discharged from HCA Florida Kendall Hospital in Miami, a spokesperson there advised Every day Submit Digital earlier this week. 

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