An Argentine teenager, who was hospitalized in the Dominican Republic after falling into a coma on vacation, has woken up, according to media reports.
15-year-old Candela Saccone was due to leave the Caribbean island on 19 June, suffering from life-threatening diabetes while staying in a holiday resort in Punta Cana, reported Argentine news agency Cronica. After several days in a coma, she was eventually released from a ventilator as her health improved.
The toxicologist says a colorless, odorless "poison" may be because she died in the Dominican Republic.
"When they told us she said a few words and was angry that they were talking to her, I said, 'This is my granddaughter! "Said Saccone's grandmother, Mónica Zanollo, opposite the sales outlet. 19659007] The New York Post reported that the girl had symptoms of dizziness, vomiting, and dehydration on the day she fell ill. She was taken to a hospital and transferred to another one in the capital of Santo Domingo.
A few days later, she began to improve slowly, Cronica reported.
"This breakthrough means the doctors are doing well. Progress is very important to us," Zanollo said. "The truth is, the hospital staff looked after the family on both a medical and a human level."
The teenager's family announced that they hope to return them to Argentina when it becomes stable.  CLICK HERE TO OBTAIN THE FOX NEWS APP
The health scare comes as the Caribbean nation grapples with at least 12 American tourists in resort areas and reports of visitors mysteriously ill feel. The crisis has had a negative impact on the country's bread tourism.
Flights to the island have dropped 74 percent since reports of deaths have surfaced.