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Royal Caribbean passenger falls overboard



A 21-year old woman from Bartlett, Tennessee went overboard on a Royal Caribbean cruise at sea over the weekend.


Royal Caribbean's Allure of the seas was sailing between Fort Lauderdale and Nassau, its first port of call, when the passenger went overboard.


No reason was given for the passenger's fall.  Four Coast Guard aircraft crews and a cutter crew are searching an area of about 320 square miles. 


The cruise line said that its  "care team" was currently providing support to the guest's family.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012



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