N.H. woman’s death in U.S. Virgin Islands under investigation

U.S. officials are looking into the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of former swimming champion Jamie Cail in Virgin Islands.

Cail, a 42-year-old American, was discovered comatose in the home she shared with her partner in St. John. According to a statement released by the Virgin Islands Police Department.

“This case is presently under investigation by the Criminal Investigation Bureau,” according to the police statement.

Jamie Cail’s unnamed boyfriend told police that he left a pub and returned to their home to check on Cail at about midnight on Tuesday.

“Upon his arrival, he discovered his girlfriend on the floor,” police said.

Cail’s boyfriend and a friend allegedly drove her in a private vehicle to the Myrah Keating-Smith Clinic, where she was pronounced dead despite medical personnel’s best attempts to save her life.

At 2:39 am, the police were alerted about the death. Officials stated on Tuesday.

The police have not released any new details on Jamie Cail’s death, but have asked that anybody with knowledge get in touch with the Criminal Investigation Bureau.

Cail’s family informed WMUR, an ABC affiliate station in Manchester, that she grew up in Claremont, New Hampshire, and was a competitive swimmer for many years.

Alumni records show that she swam competitively for the Black Bears in 2000-2001.

According to SwimSwam.com, an online source for swimming news, when Cail was a teenager, she competed in a relay team that went on to win the gold medal in the 1997 Pan Pacific Championships.

“She was just she was she was a very beautiful person,” a friend told WMUR. “She had a huge heart. She was really loving and kind and well-loved and popular on the island and everybody knows her.”