Smoke But No Fire on the Carnival Sensation?

A fire broke out last night on the Carnival Sensation as the Carnival cruise ship was returning to Miami at the end of a short cruise to the Western Caribbean. The cruise ship left Miami, Florida on February 7th to Key West and was headed toward Cozumel, Mexico when a crew member was medevaced on February 9th, requiring the ship to head back toward Key West. The Sensation was on the last night of a four day cruise to the Western Caribbean when the fire reportedly started around 3:00 a.m on the last night, according to a passenger who wishes to remain anonymous. She stated that the fire occurred on deck 6 aft.  Another passenger posted the following information and a photo of the aftermath of the fire on her Twitter account: Yes the put the white tarps up so we could not see the real damage. — Scott Eidson (@Scott_Eidson) February 11, 2019 A producer at CNN was aboard the ship and took photographs and posted information about the fire on her…

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