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Dominican Authorities And Hotel Representatives Respond To Complaint Of Brutal Beating Of American Tourist

Dominican Authorities And Hotel Representatives Respond To Complaint Of Brutal Beating Of American Tourist
Dominican Authorities And Hotel Representatives Respond To Complaint Of Brutal Beating Of American Tourist

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The American mother Tammy Lawrence-Daley, 51, originally from Delaware, denounced that she was the victim of a brutal beating that almost cost her life while vacationing at the luxurious Majestic Elegance resort in Punta Cana. The woman said that an unknown person (who She was allegedly wearing clothes with the hotel logo) had attacked her and dragged her to a hotel maintenance room, where he beat her until she was unconscious. The woman, who was left for dead, was found the next day and transported to a clinic emergency. Noticias SIN reports that the Dominican and US authorities are investigating the case.

According to SIN News, the hotel's Public Relations Department confirmed that Lawrence-Daley and her husband stayed there in January, but claimed they had no information about the attack. The US citizen revealed that the hotel administration was not responsible for the attack because she had not been able to identify her attacker. Lawrence-Daily narrated how she was attacked by this stranger the day after arriving at the hotel when she came down at night to find something to eat.

Tammy Lawrence-Daley
Tammy Lawrence-Daley

Police spokesman Frank Durán told Noticias SIN that Lawrence-Daley was treated at the Punta Cana medical center on January 31. "At that time, more than 10 people were detained for investigation purposes, but a positive identification could not be made," the officer said. For his part, Ramón Brito, spokesman for the Specialized Tourist Security Corps (Cestur) told SIN that "the case is open and is still being investigated." The US embassy also said it was pending the investigation and collaborating with local authorities.

The woman, who has two children, said she recounted the nightmare that she lived in Punta Cana four months after the events, when her physical wounds had already healed a little - although the emotional ones are still very open - in the hope that other women would not. go through this odyssey.

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