Authorities are investigating the demise of a onetime star swimmer in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Jamie Cail, 42, who’s initially from New Hampshire, was discovered useless by her boyfriend simply after midnight on Feb. 21, according to the U.S. Virgin Islands Police Department.
Police say the boyfriend discovered Cail on the ground of their house after coming back from a neighborhood bar, and that he and a pal introduced her to Myrah Keating Smith Group Well being Heart, the place she was pronounced useless on arrival.
“As soon as at the clinic, CPR was rendered and 911 was notified, nonetheless, the feminine succumbed to her ailment,” police mentioned.
Police didn’t supply additional data on the nature of Cail’s “ailment.” Authorities additionally didn’t publicly establish Cail’s boyfriend.
The police division didn’t instantly reply to questions from NBC Information.
The division’s Prison Investigation Bureau is investigating Cail’s demise, based on the police assertion.
As a youngster, Cail received a gold medal in the 800 free relay when she swam as a member of the U.S. workforce at the 1997 Pan Pacific Championships, according to the swimming news website SwimSwam.
She received the California Excessive Faculty State Championships in the 200 meter particular person medley and the 500 free, and ultimately swam in faculty at the College of Southern California, based on SwimSam.
She was additionally a swimmer with the College of Maine from 2000 to 2001, according to the school’s alumni association.
NBC Information couldn’t instantly attain Cail’s members of the family Monday morning.
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