Shanquella Robinson was still alive when a medical practitioner arrived at the vacation home in Cabo, Mexico.
A medical police report obtained by The Charlotte Observer revealed that a doctor was sent out from a nearby hospital and spent around three hours trying to save her life before she was pronounced dead.
The police report contradicts what was written on Shanquella’s death certificate, that she died within 15 minutes of her injuries, and only broadens the ongoing speculation of what really led to the 25-year-old’s death.
The report further mentioned that a call was made at 2:13 PM on October 29, and around an hour later, Dr. Karolina Beatriz Ornelas Gutiérrez arrived at the vacation home to treat the victim.
Wenter Donovan, who was one of six people who had traveled to Cabo with Shanquella was named as a “reporting person,” though it’s unclear whether he was the one who made the call. Shanquella was given an IV because she had “drunk a lot of alcohol,” per the report, and appeared dehydrated and incapable of communicating. When the doctor insisted she should be taken to the hospital, though, her friends were adamant about having her treated at the vacation home instead.
But after the IV had failed to stabilize Shanquella’s condition, she suffered from a seizure which prompted Wenter to call an ambulance after all.
While they waited for the paramedics to arrive, Shanquella was said to have been struggling to breathe as her pulse slowly began to decrease. In between rescue breaths and CPR, the doctor took notice of Shanquella’s pulse, which has completely stopped by 4:49 PM.