An Arizona man claims his father, who died while vacationing in the Dominican Republic last June, had “something green” foaming from his mouth when he died.
Mark Hurlbut Jr. told AZ Family last Saturday that his father, 62-year-old Mark Hurlbut Sr., and his wife were in Punta Cana when both became sick the night before Hurlbut Sr. passed away.
“She woke up, and he didn’t,” Hurlbut Jr. said. “She told me that as she found him that he had something green coming from his mouth. It was something that came way out of left field. It was not something that any of us thought was going to happen.”
Hurlbut Jr. said his father was healthy before he died but is unsure whether Hurlbut Sr.’s death is related to the latest string of deaths that have taken place across the Caribbean island. Hurlbut Sr.’s cause of death was officially listed as a heart attack, although his son is now suspicious.
Hurlbut Sr.’s death is one of several puzzling incidents to have occurred in Punta Cana over the past several months