A pair from New York, which had not been heard since the end of March in the Dominican Republic, is considered dead, a spokesman for the national police said. The police said they had found two bodies that, in their words, had "characteristics similar to American couples," which were supposed to return to America on March 27.
highway as they headed to the airport to catch a flight back to the US after their four-day holidays. Police said the car was at the bottom of the Caribbean and was not removed.
On March 27, a woman was found injured on the highway and entered a hospital where she died on April 4, according to Dominicans. The chief spokesman for the national police of the republic is Colonel Frank Felix Duran Mejia. He said that Portia Ravenella was the victim.
Mejia also said that the expanded body was found to be washed on the shore on March 31
"We have information about a vehicle on the bottom of the sea near the place where they were last seen. We can not confirm the characteristics of the car through the turbulent sea, and our divers are difficult to reach the depths," said Meghia
A picture of the pay-area near the Las Americas International Airport in Santo Domingo seems to indicate the car used by the couple on the night of the accident and was photographed after they had to board their aircraft. continue the investigation, and the US Department of State is aware of this case.
Angel Canales contributed to this report.