A "live" Queens queens of four is the latest fatality to be reported in a Dominican Republic's resort – where she died within hours after hitting a mysterious stomach disease.
Donette Edge Cannon, 38, visited the violent tourist destinations on a family trip last month to Sunscape Bávaro Beach Punta Cana to celebrate her brother-in-law's birthday.
Cannon, a catering company, arrived at the all-inclusive resort on May 14th. She spent the next four days in the sun and taking pictures – even attending a dune buggy excursion.
"She sent videos to show how much fun she had," said sister Candace Edge Johnson to The Post on Friday. [1
"For us, throughout the trip, we kept using the bathroom," Johnson said. "We went to a restaurant in the same condition every time we ate, we used the bathroom."
The last night of the trip, the group went out for dinner and then danced before coming back to their respective rooms.  "We sang and everyone dances up to the living room that night," Johnson said. "When we all said good night, we danced."
But in the middle of the night, Cannon woke up with abdominal pain, started vomiting and had diarrhea. When she didn't get better in the morning, the family decided to call a doctor.
"My cousin said," It gets worse. I have to get the medics come and check her out, "Johnson said." When they got into the room, she fell unconscious and they took her to the hospital. "Necessary was told about Donette's kidney problems, but she was taken to a hospital without dialysis machine, said the sister.  The hospital told her relatives it was too late to take her elsewhere. "They basically let go on the table," said the sister.
Dominican officials performed an autopsy that found the cause of death was kidney failure.
"Their conclusion was kidney failure, but it never took up what was originally her disease at first," Johnson told the post.
Still shocked by the incident, her sister said she did not questioned about the way in which Cannon – who had four children under the age of 15, including 6-year-old twins – might have fallen ill.
"We were so traumatized that we didn't think about these things," Johnson said.have pursued the resort more about whether there was food poisoning, and the decisions were made on hospitals with dialysis, and only their urgency to warn people [for help]. "
A request for comment from Sunscape Bávaro Beach Punta Cana was not returned immediately.
Johnson said that after seeing recent reports of death on the island, she had new doubts about her sister's death.
"I think now, looking at the other events that it definitely [is] is deeper and throwing their health care," said the Johnson post. "It's not like the United States."
She said she would never return to the country and would warn others to be "very cautious."
"If God forbids anything that happens to you, you can be the next victim," Johnson said.