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Friday, December 11, 2009

Cruise Ship Crew Member Goes Overboard


(AP) __ The Coast Guard has located a cruise ship crew-member who went overboard near Miami.
Petty Officer Barry Bena says 31-year-old Robert Mado was located in the waters off Cutler Bay about two hours after the Royal Caribbean's Majesty of the Seas issued a distress call Friday morning.

Bena says the crew-member is reported to be in good condition. The ship was about five miles off the Fowey Rocks near Biscayne Bay when Mado went overboard.

No further details were available on how he ended up in the water.

The Majesty of the Seas was en route to Miami from Key West.


Blogger maria said...

The news shared in this post sounds fishy....so did the cruise crew actually got to knew that why the member was found missing and where has he actually gone.
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