Passenger Missing from Carnival Victory Cruise Ship

A cruise guest is reportedly missing from a Carnival cruise ship this morning, according to several passengers including a journalist on the ship. A passenger informed me that the ship is the Carnival Victory. His photo is being displayed on the television on the cruise ship. Security also conducted a room by room, floor by floor search. — Kimberly Wyatt (@tv_leader) December 14, 2018 A man really fell off our cruise boat. Now turning around full speed to find him alongside the coast guard and a helicopter. Please pray for him! He’s been missing for 4-5 hours now — tina (@tinadoiv) December 14, 2018 According to at least one passenger on the ship, CCTV “cameras confirm that the passenger went overboard. It’s unknown if he jumped or fell. The U.S. Coast Guard is searching by air.” The overboard passenger appears to have gone overboard around 4 or 5 hours earlier, according to passenger accounts. The Carnival ship was returning to…

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