Long Island pizzeria owner dies in 11th latest Dominican Republic Death

A Long Island pizzeria owner died this week after all of a sudden changing into in poor health at a resort in the Dominican Republic, the third American vacationer to die in per week in the Caribbean island nation.

Vittorio Caruso, 56, of Glen Cove, went into respiratory misery and died Monday after ingesting one thing on the Boca Chica Resort in Santo Domingo the place he was staying, family members advised Fox News.

“This was an entire shock to us, as Vittorio was not a sick particular person,” Lisa Maria Caruso, the lifeless man’s sister-in-law, advised the information channel.

Caruso is the 11th American vacationer to die in the Dominican since final 12 months. The two different U.S. vacationers who died this month are Leyla Cox, a 53-year-old hospital MRI technician from Staten Island who was discovered lifeless in her resort room on June 10, and Joseph Allen, 55, from Avenel, N.J., who died in his room on June 13.