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Autopsy reveals shocking reason behind deaths of 3 US citizens who were found dead at Mexico Airbnb

Autopsy reports have reportedly stated that Courtez Hall, Kandace Florence, and Jordan Edward Marshall died on October 30 due to carbon monoxide poisoning
UPDATED NOV 10, 2022
(From L to R) Courtez Hall, Kandace Florence, and Jordan Edward Marshall were found dead in Mexico City on October 30, 2022 (Facebook)
(From L to R) Courtez Hall, Kandace Florence, and Jordan Edward Marshall were found dead in Mexico City on October 30, 2022 (Facebook)

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO: A heartbreaking update has come into the unfortunate deaths of a New Orleans teacher and two others, who were found dead at an Airbnb in Mexico City in late October. Local autopsy reports have reportedly stated that Courtez Hall lost his life along with Kandace Florence and Jordan Edward Marshall on October 30, 2022, due to carbon monoxide poisoning while on a vacation.

It has been revealed that on the fateful night, the 28-year-old Florence had spoken to her boyfriend over the phone and told him that she was not feeling well. However, before she could talk more, the phone call suddenly ended, prompting the boyfriend to contact the Airbnb host, demanding a welfare check. The local police then went to the apartment only to find all the victims’ bodies. They also reportedly detected a pungent smell of gas.


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In a statement, a spokesperson for Airbnb reportedly said, “This is a terrible tragedy, and our thoughts are with the families and loved ones as they grieve such an unimaginable loss. Our priority right now is supporting those impacted as the authorities investigate what happened, and we stand ready to assist with their inquiries however we can.”

According to reports, apart from Hall, Marshall was also a teacher in New Orleans. His sister, Jasmine, told WSAZ, “I saw my brother’s name and I read it. My heart sank, and the hardest thing was to break the news to my mom.” She added, “Hearing from his students, telling us how much they loved him and how much he meant to them, that's made us feel great and so proud of him.”

Florence’s mother Frieda Florence said, “My son called me… He had to tell me three times: ‘Kandace is no longer with us. Kandace is no longer with us. Kandace’ – and I just lost it. It is harrowing. I wouldn’t wish it on anybody.” Florence’s father Kelvin shared, “She wanted to do big things in life. I fathered from afar, and I stood back and observed my daughter and saw the things she was doing. And she was on her way.”

Hall’s family members also expressed their devastation over the loss as his mother Ceola told WDSU, “My son was a joyous child. He loved me, he loved his family. He loved to make everyone laugh. It's been so hard. We tried calling back over there for the funeral homes. Because of the language barrier and stuff you cannot get anything through or really understand. I would hate to see any parents go through what I went through with my son, I didn't expect to hear this about my son. No one expects that.”

A friend of Hall named Chelsea Jackson added, “I still don’t understand that of all people, why him? When I found out I just froze. I had to go to the bathroom and burst into tears. I couldn’t even tend to my patient because I was very hurt. He was one of the nicest people, coolest people you would ever meet. He was very intelligent, giving.”