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2019-06-09 Caribbean-Latin America
Woman vomited blood, says minibar soda swapped for bleach at Dominican resort where US tourists died
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Posted by Fred 2019-06-09 00:00|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [6472 views ]  Top

#1 Lots of questions. Isn't bleach white ? I haven't seen a clear bleach.

Is this where plebs go to feel rich ?

Also, the earlier attacks on people happened at the same place ? the FBI should have issued a travel advisory by now.
Posted by Dron66046 2019-06-09 02:37||   2019-06-09 02:37|| Front Page Top

#2 Here in the USA, bleach is available clear like water although there is a very strong chlorine smell with it, which makes it hard to drink it accidentally.

Posted by Seeking Cure For Ignorance 2019-06-09 03:18||   2019-06-09 03:18|| Front Page Top

#3 So she either had to be already quite drunk, or olfactorily impaired to have had it.
Posted by Dron66046 2019-06-09 03:25||   2019-06-09 03:25|| Front Page Top

#4 Here in the USA, bleach is available clear like water

Never seen white bleach, just sodium hypochlorite & water. What do you put in it to make it white?
Posted by SteveS 2019-06-09 09:11||   2019-06-09 09:11|| Front Page Top

#5 Re: #3, the article said she just took a sip and spat out most of it almost right away.
Posted by Seeking Cure For Ignorance 2019-06-09 09:41||   2019-06-09 09:41|| Front Page Top

#6 She lost her sense of taste...and now likes rap music
Posted by Frank G 2019-06-09 10:19||   2019-06-09 10:19|| Front Page Top

#7 Regular bleach is about 5% sodium hypochlorite by weight. If ingested, it is recommended that a person rinse out their mouth with milk or water and then drink a glass of milk or water and call a poison control center. Often, a small amount of bleach is added to water to make it potable.

I doubt that it was household bleach that caused the two deaths.
Posted by JohnQC 2019-06-09 13:09||   2019-06-09 13:09|| Front Page Top

#8 Tucker may singlehandedly tank DR tourism, and good on him for doing the job the State Department should have been doing.
Posted by NoMoreBS 2019-06-09 13:34||   2019-06-09 13:34|| Front Page Top

#9 #7 - or a couple drops for longterm storage in a 5 Gal container
Posted by Frank G 2019-06-09 13:39||   2019-06-09 13:39|| Front Page Top

#10 "I thought the maid service, maybe to not carry the bleach bottle from room to room, would maybe put it into a smaller bottle," Montes told the Daily News. "Or maybe they were trying to take it home to clean their house."

Huh, WTF?!? I mean, yeah, all hotels put unsealed or uncapped bottles of bleach into the mini-bar.

I wonder if those medical records show a blood-alcohol content.

THIS story is bizarre.
Posted by DooDahMan 2019-06-09 19:19||   2019-06-09 19:19|| Front Page Top

#11 They wouldn't have employed a certain Batarian bartender formally of Aria's establishment?
Posted by Procopius2k 2019-06-09 20:51||   2019-06-09 20:51|| Front Page Top

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