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January 07, 2014

Bali Hotels Association Extends Its Condolences

Bali Hotels Association Extends Its Condolences - Jan 07, 2014



Bali, 6 January 2014 --- Bali Hotels Association would like to express its sincerest condolences to the family of Noelene Gay Bischoff and her daughter Yvana Jeana Yuri Bischoff from Australia following their tragic deaths on the island this past weekend.

“Our heartfelt prayers are with the family and friends of Noele and Yvanna during this sad situation, which is being handled by the local police,” commented Alessandro Migliore, chairman of Bali Hotels Associations.

“Bali has always had a very special bond with Australia as a close neighbor and friend.  Our association has been at the forefront of promoting the island to the Australian market and we have always strived to help travellers enjoy Bali and all that it has to offer,” added Jean-Charles Le Coz, Vice Chairman of Bali Hotel Associations. "We are confident that the investigating authorities will soon be able to ascertain the cause of death,” he continued.


Health authorities in Bali are investigating the sudden deaths of an Australian woman and her teenage daughter. 


Queenslander's Noelene Gay Bischoff and her daughter Yvana Jeana Yuri Bischoff booked into a Bali resort on Friday and contacted staff for help hours later after falling ill.
Police say that the 54-year-old mother died on route to the Bali International Medical Clinic (BIMC) and her 14-year-old daughter also died a short time later.
It is suspected that the pair may have suffered food poisoning but staff at medical clinic would not say if they knew the cause of death.

Resort holiday turns into tragedy

Police sources in Bali say Ms Bischoff, a Sunshine Coast health professional, and Yvana had checked in to their beachfront resort on Bali's east coast on Friday.
Early on Saturday morning Yvana asked staff at the Padang Bai Beach Resort for help, telling them she and her mother had fallen sick.
The pair were taken by private ambulance to a nearby medical centre, but about 1:45am (local time) the mother died, according to local sources.
The Penta Medica Clinic at Karangasem has confirmed it treated the teenage girl before sending her to BIMC in the Balinese capital of Denpasar, where she later died.
It is understood Ms Bischoff died on the way to the Karangasem clinic.
"Checking the scene, we found lots of medicine," a local police source told AAP.
"We can't confirm the cause of death yet."
Another senior local police source said the treating doctor at the first clinic suspected a food allergy.
"What kind of food, we don't know," he said.
"All the medicines are from abroad.
"The vomit and medicines have been taken to [a] forensic laboratory."
DFAT says the Australian Consulate-General in Bali is liaising with local authorities and the government is providing consular assistance to the family in Australia.
"Our condolences are with the family and the family have asked that their privacy be respected during this difficult time," said a DFAT spokesperson.
"The Australian Consulate-General in Bali is liaising with local authorities and we are providing consular assistance to the family in Australia."
Their bodies are now at Sanglah Hospital awaiting autopsy.

Source : http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-01-04/queensland-mother-and-daughter-die-in-bali/5184996

Sydney Morning Herald Bali deaths: Bischoff autopsies to be carried out in Queensland Sydney Morning Herald Australian pathologists will perform an autopsy on the bodies of a Sunshine Coast mother and daughter who mysteriously died in Bali on Saturday, after Indonesian authorities honoured the family's request to have the bodies flown home. Noelene Bischoff, 54 ... Australia to perform Bischoff autopsies
Australian pathologists will perform an autopsy on the bodies of a Sunshine Coast mother and daughter who mysteriously died in Bali on Saturday, after Indonesian authorities honored the family's request to have the bodies flown home.
Noelene Bischoff, 54, and her daughter, Yvana Jeana Yuri Bischoff, 14, died less than a day into their 15-day Bali holiday.
"We want the truth," Keryn Bischoff, Nolene's sister-in-law, said.

Dr Ida Bagus Putu Alit, the head of the forensics department at Denpasar's Sanglah Hospital, said he had tested samples of vomit taken from the Bischoffs' hotel room but had not yet received the results.
“I still have not ruled out the fish or anything seafood that may have caused the deaths,” he said.
He received the bodies on Saturday morning and an external examination showed that Noelene and Yvana both had a small amount of blood in their mouths and white foam coming from their mouths and nostrils.
“We found no signs of any violence or injuries,” he said.
Virgin Airlines has offered to return the bodies of Noelene and Yvana to Queensland free of charge, as well as return flights for family members.


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