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24 March 2018, 02:20 | Gordon Grant
Iowa family died of gas asphyxiation at Mexican resort, no foul play, authorities say
Soon after the post went viral, authorities in Creston, Iowa, announced that they received notification from the U.S. State Department and Mexican officials that all four members of the family were found deceased in the condominium they were using in Tulum.
" The Sharps have actually lain". The family was last heard from that night, after they reported the had made it safely to their condo. There was no bad deed!
"We have also pinged cells phones and show that they are still in Mexico with no movement on their phones", she wrote.
Creston authorities validated they had actually passed away in their trip condo in Akumal, Mexico, near Tulum.
Ashli Peterson posted to Facebook Thursday March 22 night.
Family friend Beth Kulow says, "When I spoke to Amy last, they had changed their flights so that they could make it to the national tournament".
The news source says authorities have not released information about the case, nor has the U.S. Consulate confirmed the information.
The family was expected to return to the United States on Wednesday.
"The situation with the Kevin and Amy Sharp family is weighing heavily on our hearts and minds", said Todd Lorensen, the Southwestern coach. "They were to be right here enjoying us play basketball today", Lorensen stated.
Authorities claimed that there was "no indication of any kind of distressing injury".
"It's a very sad day for the Sharp family and the city of Creston as a whole", he said. "We'll overcome this with each other".
She was shot dead in broad daylight last March as she drove her son to school.
Valdez, an award-winning journalist who covered Mexico's powerful drug cartels, was gunned down last May in broad daylight outside the offices of Riodoce, the newspaper he co-founded in Culiacan, the capital of his native Sinaloa state.
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