New Jersey man becomes at least 8th tourist death in Dominican Republic in past year

CBS News has learned more Americans are reporting incidents of mysterious illnesses and deaths in the Dominican Republic. A New Jersey man is at least the eighth person to die while on vacation in the DR in the last 12 months. His cause of death has not been released. Mola Lenghi reports.
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