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Sunday, April 19, 2009

Man Missing After Falling Off Norwegian Cruise Lines Ship

http://news.aol.com/article/cruise-ship-missing-man/434425

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posted: 5 HOURS 44 MINUTES AGO
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MIAMI, Fla. (April 19) - The Coast Guard has suspended its search for a 39-year-old man who went overboard a Norwegian Cruise Line ship off the Bahamas. Passengers on a Norwegian cruise ship, seen here in an undated file photo, watched as a 39-year-old man fell overboard near the Bahamas early Saturday morning, officials said. The Coast Guard said it suspended its search for the man Saturday evening after patrolling 590 square miles. Click through this gallery to learn about others who have been lost at Sea.

The incident happened early Saturday morning, about 60 miles north of Nassau. The man was not immediately identified, but fellow passengers saw him go overboard. The ship was headed to Nassau, its first port of call on a three-day voyage. Several cruise ships in the area were assisting Coast Guard crews in the search. The Coast Guard says in a release that it suspended its search around 8 p.m. Saturday after searching 590 square miles.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I WAS ON ANOTHER NCL CRUISE WE SPENT HALF THE DAY TRING TO HELP FIND HIM THE COAST GUARD DOES NOT FLY BY MUCH SO IF YOU FALL OR JUMP FROM A CRUISE SHIP YOU BETTER WANT TO DIE BECAUSE YOUR MOST LIKELY ARE GOING TOO

4/28/2009 10:09 AM  

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