Australian doctor found dead 25 metres below surface during final scuba dive of ...

Mystery surrounds the death of a doctor, 52, who was found unconscious 25m below the surface during the final scuba dive of her Caribbean holiday A Western Australian doctor was on a week long diving tour of the Caribbean   Dr Fiona Sharp embarked on a final group dive off island of Bonaire on Thursday She was returned from a solo dive when she was found unconscious at 24 metres While cause of death is unknown, she is being remembered as an outgoing diver 

By Lauren Ferri For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 23:29 BST, 19 October 2019 | Updated: 23:29 BST, 19 October 2019

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A respected doctor died after being found unconscious 25 metres below the surface of the water while scuba diving in the Caribbean.

Dr Fiona Sharp, from Western Australia, was on a week long diving tour off the island of Bonaire when she embarked on a final group dive on October 17.

The 55-year-old was returning from a solo dive to 90 metres before she was found unresponsive on the reef at 25 metres.

Dr Fiona Sharp (centre), from Western Australia, was on a week long diving tour off the island of Bonaire when she embarked on a final group dive on October 17

Dr Fiona Sharp (centre), from Western Australia, was on a week long diving tour off the island of Bonaire when she embarked on a final group dive on October 17

The 55-year-old was returning from a solo dive to 90 metres before she was found unresponsive on the reef at 25 metres

The 55-year-old was returning from a solo dive to 90 metres before she was found unresponsive on the reef at 25 metres

Dr Sharp was using a rebreather during her dive, which re-uses the diver's own air, but she was found with the loop out of her mouth.

According to XRay magazine, she was brought to the surface and rushed to hospital, but did not regain

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