Miracle: Passenger missing from cruise ship 15 hours at sea, rescue team found alive
On November 27, the BBC reported that passengers missing from a cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico received Help The latter spent more than 15 hours at sea, according to the US Coast Guard.
The 28-year-old man was at the bar on the Carnival Valor cruise ship with his 46-year-old sister on Wednesday night, November 23, but ultimately did not return to the bar. after going to the bathroom on a cruise ship
Rescue teams searched the area and found the man on Thursday night, November 24, about 30 kilometers off the coast of Louisiana. He was in a stable condition.
Film of the rescue of the passenger of the cruise ship last night. It can also be downloaded here: https://t.co/xk0pBnVr1E pic.twitter.com/GK1IXCKlgx
— USCG Heartland (@USCGHeartland) November 25, 2022
US Coast Guard Navy Master Seth Gross said the man had been in the water for more than 15 hours, “the longest I’ve ever heard of. And it’s one of those Thanksgiving miracles.”
Lieutenant Gross told CNN that The case was unlike anything I had seen in my 17-year career, and the happy ending showed that Willingness to live is what you have to you think about it in any search and rescue case.”
However, it is not clear how the man jumped from a boat into the water on his way to the city of Cotumel in Mexico?