Kelly Clarke: Sydney woman dies of unknown medical condition on Fiji honeymoon - ABC Online

An Australian woman has died of an unknown medical condition while on her honeymoon in Fiji. Sydney woman Kelly Clarke, 24, fell ill on Wednesday and was taken to hospital. After her condition deteriorated her family started a fundraising campaign to ...

Mystery illness claims life of 24-year-old Sydney nurse - Daily Telegraph

Sydney children's nurse Kelly Clarke, 24, who was holidaying with her husband Chase at the Outrigger resort at Sigatoka, on Fiji's main island, began feeling ill on Wednesday. Mrs Clarke, a post-operative nurse at The Children's Hospital at Westmead, ...

Sydney nurse dies of mystery illness while honeymooning in Fiji - Yahoo7 News

VIDEO A Sydney woman has died from a mystery illness while honeymooning in Fiji. Doctors initially thought that Kelly Clarke, from Ryde, had Typhoid, but wasn't responding to treatment. The 24-year-old reportedly died less than an hour before she was ...

Sydney nurse dies on Fiji honeymoon from mystery illness - 9news.com.au

A Sydney nurse has died after being struck down by a mystery illness while on her honeymoon in Fiji. Kelly Clarke, 24, started to feel sick on Wednesday but dismissed it as a stomach bug and went to bed to sleep it off, her husband Chase Clarke told ...

Sydney nurse dies on honeymoon in Fiji following mystery illness - The Sydney Morning Herald

The honeymoon of Sydney couple Chase and Kelly Clarke has ended in tragedy after Kelly, a 24-year-old nurse, died in Fiji on Friday. Mrs Clarke was taken to hospital on Wednesday before passing away on Friday, with doctors unable to determine what ...

'I just told her I loved her, what else could I say': Husband devastated as his bride, 24, dies of 'mystery illness ... - Daily Mail

A young Australian woman has died during her honeymoon in Fiji after falling ill to a mystery illness she initially dismissed as an upset stomach. Kelly Clarke, 24, died on Friday night two days after she had been rushed to hospital after 'having a ...