The Coast Guard tweeted this morning that crews are searching for a 32-year-old woman who reportedly fell of the Carnival Cruise ship Ecstasy 27 miles Southwest of Freeport, Bahamas. The woman is said to have fallen off the ship’s Verandah deck around 2:30 AM Wednesday, September 07, 2016. The search and rescue operation is made up of a MH-65 Dolphin helicopter, HC-144 Ocean Sentry airplane and the Coast Guard Cutter Gannet. The Coast Guard Cutter Bernard C. Webber was also diverted to assist in the search and rescue. The ship was leaving Nassau and heading towards Charleston, South Carolina, where it was scheduled to arrive on Thursday. In addition to Coast Guard assets searching for the missing women, maritime law also requires the cruise ship to conduct a search and rescue operation until revealed.
This JoJo, Coast Guard, rescue workers were searching for a 32 year old woman of the Carnival cruise ship ecstasy, 27 miles southwest of Freeport, reported declines. This woman is said to have been from outside the Gallery about 2:30 deck the morning of Wednesday September 7, 2016. Search and rescue operations by the MH 65 Dolphin helicopter, HC 144 Ocean sentry aircraft and Coast Guard cutters gannets. Coast Guard cutter Mr Bernard CHAN c. Weber has also been used to assist in search and rescue. The ship left Nassau and heading to Charleston, South Carolina, where it was scheduled to arrive on Thursday. Assets of the Coast Guard search for missing woman, in addition to maritime law cruise, until the search-and-rescue operations.
Source: United States Coast Guard news
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