KAIRO – Egypt's top prosecutor dismissed Saturday speculation that the death of two British tourists in Hurghada on the Red Sea was caused by toxic gas emissions in their hotel room, as the hotel attributed their deaths to "natural causes". 19659002] An investigation by the prosecution technical team of John and Susan Cooper found that there were no toxic or harmful gas emissions or leaks, the prosecutor's office said in a statement. All devices in the room worked "efficiently without any defects," he added.
The prosecution is awaiting a forensic analysis of samples taken from the bodies to provide more details about the incident. The statement came after the couple's daughter, Kelly Ormerod, told Sky News that "something suspicious has happened," especially as her parents did not complain about health issues before they left.
The death of the Cooper couple prompted the tour Operator Thomas Cook evacuated his 301
In a statement on Saturday, however, the hotel denied this and said the couple's death was due to "natural causes."
"There are no indications of claims of an increased rate of illness at the hotel. Such premature speculation should urgently be set aside in respect of the family members of the deceased and other guests, "the hotel said in an email to The Associated Press.
Also on Saturday, Thomas Cook said about 100 Britons – roughly half The British guests they had at the hotel at the time had returned home and the rest had opted for another hotel, the operator added.
Jackie Elliott, 51, from Swindon, fell ill during her stay at the hotel She told Sky News Saturday with her husband Gordon, 59, and her daughter Lucy, 19, (19659009). She was taken to the hospital after shedding blood, and every time she ate something at the hotel, she was ill she was not sure if her illness was caused by food poisoning or something with the hotel room, such as the air conditioner.
Janette Rawning, an evakuie The person from the hotel who arrived in Manchester with her family on Saturday said she had heard of the deaths just two days after the incident.
"Thomas Cook withheld it from us for two days," she said. "So despite her (the Cooper couple's) illness, vomiting and illness in the hotel, we went in, as usual, started our vacation."
"So any council could have asked us for two days to avoid food more carefully to make sure the meat was cooked, or anything like that, they could have taken many steps to mitigate all risks for us, and nothing at all became None, nothing, "she added.
Tracy Wooffindin, another evacuee tourist, said she was inclined to believe that it was "a truly unfortunate accident."
The Egyptian authorities dismissed criminal motives as behind the dead. An official statement from the Red Sea Provincial Government on Friday said that a first medical examination by John Cooper showed that he had suffered an acute circulatory collapse and a sudden cardiac arrest. It was also reported that after a fainting, Susan Cooper was later hospitalized and performed resuscitation for 30 minutes.
Speculation about the couple's death was jumbled in the media on Friday, with some pointing out that carbon monoxide poisoning may have been the cause. A later statement by Thomas Cook said that while the company was "aware of the speculation," there was no evidence to support this. "
Egypt's vital tourism was hit hard by political unrest that followed after 2011 uprising that overthrew longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak, a bomb attack on a Russian passenger plane over the Sinai Peninsula in 2015, involving all 224 people One of the reasons for the decimation of the country's billion-dollar industry was the fact that Russia had imposed a two-year ban on all flights to Egypt.
At the beginning of this year, Russian flights to Cairo were resumed, but flights to The holiday destinations have not yet been decided.
Britain, another major visitor source Egypt has also suspended flights to Sharm el-Sheikh, the popular Red Sea resort on the Sinai, from which the crashed Russian plane is about to crash.  The government has made great efforts to guide the tourists to strengthen the SME sector. Announce new archaeological discoveries, increase safety around historic sites and increase airport security.
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