The Coast Guard search and rescue teams deployed three vehicles chasing a cruise ship crew member overboard off the coast of Florida, as Newsweek reported on Thursday. Coast Guard cutter Paul Clark, an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter, and an HC-144 Ocean Sentry aircraft are now being included in the search.
Aboard Cruise Ship Royal Caribbean Majesty of the Seas The Coast Guard of Miami was hit by an incident Thursday morning 26 – year – old employee informed ahead of time, according to a statement from the US Coast Guard.
The ship was 37 miles east of Hillsboro Inlet off the coast of Pompano Beach, which connects the Intracoastal Waterway to the Atlantic Ocean when the employee was missing. Further details about the missing person have not been published.
The missing person's colleagues witnessed the moment when the worker fell from the ship at about 2:30 am, a Royal Caribbean spokesman told Newsweek . The ship sailed to Port Everglades to complete a six-day cruise to the Bahamas at the time.
According to Torres, the captain was notified and stopped the ship, so that attempts could be made to rescue the crew member. The Coast Guard took over later. The employee's relatives were supported by a nursing team, Torres said.
First Sailed Hunt in 1
The incident comes after a 20-year-old entertainer from the Royal Caribbean had fallen Harmony of the Seas on Christmas Day. The ship sailed 267 miles northwest off the coast of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, when Arron Hough did not come to work and was reported missing.
A Royal Caribbean spokesman said at the time, "We're sad." According to reports, he was seen following a closed-circuit camera review when he entered deck 5 at around 4 am and was not seen. "
crew member was guided. Our care team supports the family and friends of our colleague, and our thoughts and prayers are with them at this difficult time.
This article has been updated with the latest Updated information on Coast Guard search activity.