74 year old passenger Medevaced off Carnival breeze

Defense Imagery and Video System reports that the U.S. Coast Guard medevaced a 74 year old passenger from the Carnival Breeze on July 18, 2016. The Coast Guard Command center received a call around 3:20 p.m. reporting that a man was unconscious and had been revived by Carnival medical staff. The cruise ship was approximately 379 miles southwest of St. Petersburg, Florida.

74 year old passenger Medevaced off Carnival breeze
United States Coast Guard on July 18, 2016 medevaced 74 year old passenger from Carnival breeze defense image and video system reports. Coast Guard Command Center received about 3:20 speakers in the afternoon was unconscious and medical staff had resumed by Carnival. Cruiser is about 379 miles southwest of Saint Petersburg, Florida.

The helicopter crew arrived about 8 pm, flying men and he flew to Tampa General Hospital, where he arrived at about midnight. According to reports, after the arrival of the man in stable condition.

Cruise companies often boast about their medical facilities to provide similar quality standards, to medical facilities ashore. However, more often the passenger to be medevaced to hospital for further treatment. To underline how crucial the ships medical staff to assess emergency medical evacuation of patients in a timely manner may take a lot of time, could be crucial if the event of a serious injury or illness.

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Coast Guard to the couriers 379 miles southwest of Saint Petersburg, July 19, 2016

74 year old passenger Medevaced off Carnival breeze

Saint Lucie County was injured in a boating accident killed two

One man has died from injuries after a boating accident in St. Lucie County, Florida. According to a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) report, 20-year-old Dominic Dragan was operating a 20 foot center console Pathfinder by “running in circles, jumping waves and showing off.” While running the vessel in circles, Dragan was thrown off into the water with his boat still circling around him.

Saint Lucie County was injured in a boating accident killed twoSaint Lucie County, Florida boating accident, one man has died from the injuries. According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) report, 20 meters, Nick de la Gan operates 20 foot center console Pathfinder “moving in a circle, jumping waves and show off.” Runtime container in the circle, Dragan was thrown into the water and his boat is still hovering around him.

Three witnesses from the shore to assist Dragan attempt to reach the unmanned vessel and cut off the engine. While attempting to board the Pathfinder, the boat ran over them. Three men were taken to hospital, where they, 26-year old Cody Troska, died from head injuries. Two others, Luke Muccigrosso and bulankeandeliesi 22 of the 23 were injured but survived. Dragan was not hurt.

FWC report, Dragan may have at the time of impact. It seems that with spike every summer boating accident involving alcohol or drugs. We are currently in a Florida civil liability under the influence of alcohol and boating blog related injuries while intoxicated operator.

Photo: Cody Troska (Facebook)

Saint Lucie County was injured in a boating accident killed two