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Female cruise ship tourist dies suddenly

Queen Mary II cruise passenger, Valerie Lyles, 66 years, of New York reportedly experienced difficulties while in the water at Cane Garden Bay. She was subsequently transported by ambulance to Peebles Hospital where she was pronounced dead. Photo: VINO/File
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – A female tourist was pronounced dead on arrival at Peebles Hospital last Friday, November 20, 2015 after attempts to resuscitate her proved futile.

Queen Mary II cruise passenger, Valerie Lyles, 66 years, of New York reportedly experienced difficulties while in the water at Cane Garden Bay. She was subsequently transported by ambulance to the Hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Official cause of death is unknown.

The next of kin was notified and the Coroner’s Office was informed.

Police investigations are ongoing.

5 Responses to “Female cruise ship tourist dies suddenly”

  • pat (24/11/2015, 12:21) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Oh so sad!
  • Xxx (24/11/2015, 19:19) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    why dem does come here to pass
  • Voter Too (25/11/2015, 08:32) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    Sometimes it can be excitement that makes the heart to pump faster. It maybe too doctor may have told them that they have a limited time to live and they may say to themselves I have to visit such and such a place before I do and things happen. Anyway may her soul rest in peace
  • Jon d (02/12/2015, 13:17) Like (0) Dislike (1) Reply
    I was there that day i was a qm2 guest. Very disturbing that not one local from the beach had no clue how to revive a drowned person. No cpr no lifeguards. Everyone was clueless. Took a hour for the ems to arrive. All they want is to hastle you and take your cash. These locals dont give a damm about the tourist. Just hustlers selling overpriced. BS. Very sad indeed.


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