A US swimming champion has been discovered useless in mysterious circumstances within the idyllic US Virgin Islands.
Jamie Cail, 42, was discovered unresponsive at a house she shared along with her boyfriend in St John, mentioned the US Virgin Islands Police Division.
“This case is presently underneath investigation by the Prison Investigation Bureau,” learn a press release by authorities.
Cail’s boyfriend, whose id has been withheld by police, advised authorities that he was at a bar and went again to the house to test on her, The U.S. Solar reported.
In response to police, this occurred simply after midnight on Tuesday.
“Upon arrival, he found his girlfriend on the ground,” mentioned police.
The person and a pal drove Cail to a neighborhood clinic however lifesaving efforts had been unsuccessful and the athlete was pronounced useless.
“As soon as on the clinic, CPR was rendered and 911 was notified, nonetheless, the feminine succumbed to her ailment,” mentioned police.
Her dying is underneath investigation and police are asking anybody with data to contact the Prison Investigation Bureau.
Cail was born in New Hampshire and was a swimming prodigy for a lot of her life.
“She was simply… a really lovely particular person,” a household pal advised WMUR.
“She had an enormous coronary heart. She was actually loving and sort and well-loved and well-liked on the island and everyone is aware of her.”
In 1997, a teenage Cail competed for the US on the Pan Pacific Championships, profitable a gold medal as a part of a relay race there, in keeping with Swim Swam.
She additionally obtained a silver medal on the 1998-1999 World Aquatics Swimming World Cup in Brazil.
Cail later moved to Californi, and educated with the Golden West Swim Membership.
Whereas there, she gained a number of highschool state championships.
She had a popularity for making associates with folks of all ages, in keeping with those that knew her.
“Everybody from the, you realize, older generational, native households to the youthful folks, everyone liked her,” her pal advised WMUR.
This text initially appeared in The U.S. Solar and was reproduced with permission