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Shanquella Robinson was reportedly alive for three hours after a Mexican doctor responded to an emergency call from a rented villa at a Cabo resort on Oct. 29.

Initial reports stated Robinson died “15 minutes” after suffering a spinal cord injury in the villa. But a new report, obtained by, states the 25-year-old hair stylist was alive for three hours after Dr. Karolina Beatriz Ornelas Gutierrez arrived from a local clinic.

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The shocking report states the doctor decided to move Robinson to a clinic for treatment, but her “friends” requested that she be treated in the villa, according to the report.

Dr. Gutierrez was told the patient had “drunk a lot of alcohol.” The doctor later told police Robinson’s vital signs were stable and she was dehydrated.

According to police, the doctor was there for an hour when Robinson suffered a seizure and had difficulty breathing.

The doctor was unable to find a vein in her arm to start an intravenous line.

“At this point the patient’s friend, named Wenter Donovan, called 911 to request an ambulance,” the report stated. The doctor noted Robinson’s heart rate was too slow.

The report stated that paramedics arrived and “administered a total of 14 rounds of CPR, five doses of adrenaline and six discharges (defibrillator shocks) without success.”

Dr. Gutierrez “declared Robinson dead at 5:57 PM — three hours after Gutierrez responded to the emergency call.

Robinson’s mom, Sallamondra Robinson, created an Instagram page to update her supporters.

Sallamondra confirmed that Robinson’s travel group allegedly stole $10,000 and used her credit cards to rent hotel rooms and pay for plane tickets back home to Charlotte a day earlier than they’d originally planned.

Mexican authorities upgraded Robinson’s case to a “criminal matter” and “femicide” amid the public uproar on social media in the United States.

The FBI is investigating Robinson’s death, but they are limited by jurisdiction. Legal experts say Mexican authorities must “invite” the FBI to join the investigation in Mexico.

The FBI can assist Mexican authorities with extraditing all six of Robinson’s friends back to Mexico for trial. But they have all gone into hiding and Charlotte-Mecklenburg police are unable to locate them.