Another US tourist dies in Dominican Republic; 4th in the past month

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A fourth U.S. tourist has died in the Dominican Republic after family members say he became sick almost immediately after having a drink from his minibar at a resort.

According to family members, Robert Bell Wallace, of California, was in good health before the trip.

Family members say Wallace was there for his stepson's wedding.

RELATED: 5 Americans vacationing in Dominican Republic, Fiji die in separate incidents 

Three other Americans have died at all-inclusive resorts in the Dominican Republic in the past month.

Autopsy results show Miranda Schaup-Werner, of Pennsylvania, died of a heart attack in her room in late May.

A couple from Maryland, Nathaniel Edward Holmes and Cynthia Day, had internal bleeding of the pancreas and liquid in the lungs.

The FBI is assisting with toxicology tests.

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