Young couple die mysteriously during 'amazing vacation' in Fiji, family says

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It is believed the couple contracted a deadly virus, as the Fiji government had issued warnings about a unsafe flu season in the region.

Family members of David and Michelle Paul said the couple headed out to Fiji and began feeling sick right before they were expected to head home.

David and Michelle Paul, of Fort Worth, Texas, mysteriously died after falling ill on vacation in Fiji sometime between May 22 and 25.

Michelle was a former college athlete and David was an Air Force veteran, so both were "very physically fit", Tracey Calanog, Michelle's sister-in-law told KVUE, making their case even more confusing.

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Fiji's health ministry said it was also working with the country's police forensics department and the World Health Organization to determine the cause of death.

Authorities are continuing to investigate the deaths.

A husband and wife vacationing in Fiji died within days of each other from a mysterious illness, according to news reports. "We stand ready to provide all appropriate consular assistance". The illness acted quickly and Michelle reportedly passed away first. According to Fiji Broadcast Corporation, the embassy said it is not aware of any specific public-health threat to the community.

Their "amazing vacation", however, turned into a nightmare when the parents of two - David and Michelle share a 2-year-old son and also raise David's daughter from a past relationship - came down with an unknown illness, sending them both to the hospital.

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'The last text I got from my daughter was her hands were numb, ' he said, adding that he has not been told anything by Fijian authorities.

The company says that it is working with the family to help bring the family back to Texas.

The family said that hospital workers were trying to take David Paul to an Australian hospital, but he died.

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