TEMA, Ghana, Jan. 2 (UPI) -- The bodies of two Virginia sailors who died on break in Ghana will be flown to Germany for toxicology tests, but the U.S. Navy does not suspect foul play.
The sailors' names were not released. They were found dead in a Tema, Ghana, hotel room on New Year's Day, during a liberty call, The (Norfolk, Va.) Virginian-Pilot said,
Both men had been aboard the amphibious ship Fort McHenry. Ghanian police and Naval Criminal Investigative Service agents were investigating.
"There's no immediate evidence" of foul play, Lt. Patrick Foughty, a spokesman for the 6th Fleet in Naples, Italy, told the newspaper.