Wednesday, February 8, 2023

A man disappears from a cruise ship and is rescued a day later

A man floated in the sea for several hours in the Gulf of Mexico. The ship changes its course to help him.

A desperate search for a missing passenger in the Gulf of Mexico has a happy ending. According to the US television channel “CNN”, the man disappeared from a cruise ship of the Carnival Cruise Line company on Wednesday night. He was last seen at the bar with his sister on the ship and had gone to the bathroom at around 11 pm.

However, the person did not return. The cruise ship left New Orleans on Wednesday and headed for the Mexican island of Cozumel.

According to the shipping company, the next afternoon on Thanksgiving Day, the sister reported her brother missing. When the search for the ship was unsuccessful, the crew informed the rescue services. The US Coast Guard said it received a call from the cruise ship at around 2:30 p.m.

reversing cruise ship

As a result, an alert was issued across the region and “all available resources” of the Coast Guard were deployed, US Coast Guard Search and Rescue Coordinator Seth Gross told CNN. Gulf of Mexico. The same cruiser returned and assisted in the search along the original route.

Finally, I discovered the missing man’s ship. According to the Coast Guard, it was picked up from the water by helicopter and flown to the mainland United States. The man replied.

Gross said rescuers were unable to determine how long the man had been in the water. It must have been more than 15 hours. If it was that long, it would be “the longest I’ve ever heard of it, and one of those Thanksgiving miracles,” said the US Coast Guard coordinator. “It really shows that the will to live is something to be aware of in any search and rescue situation.”

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