FBI Investigating Girl’s Dying on Carnival Cruise


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The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) stated it was an remoted incident and passengers weren’t in peril. But, based on a press release issued Monday, the company is investigating a lady’s “suspicious” demise throughout a cruise on the Carnival Sunshine between South Carolina and the Bahamas.

In keeping with an FBI press launch from the Columbia, South Carolina subject workplace, on February 27, Carnival Sunshine employees investigated a report of an unresponsive lady passenger. The girl was pronounced lifeless regardless of the efforts of crew members and medical employees.

CBS Information experiences that on Sunshine‘s March 4 return to the U.S., the FBI boarded and investigated the cabin the place the lady was discovered. Carnival is reportedly cooperating within the investigation, which can be beneath scrutiny by authorities within the Bahamas. The FBI famous in its launch that it sometimes investigates “sure crimes on the excessive seas,” which might embody an American’s demise in questionable circumstances.

The FBI can examine many critical crimes on the excessive seas, together with piracy, terrorism, hijacking, and drug trafficking. Nonetheless, the company’s authority to research is proscribed to sure sorts of offenses and conditions and is topic to varied authorized and sensible limitations.

Hannah Hierholzer, who stated she was a passenger on the identical cruise, advised Charleston TV station WCSC that there have been a number of calls over the ship’s intercom for a medical response staff. She stated she thought, “‘Oh, that is bizarre, possibly that occurs on a regular basis,’ as a result of there’s previous individuals on cruises with a well being drawback or one thing.”

CNN quoted Carnival spokesperson Matt Lupoli, who stated partly that “the deceased and her husband had been debarked in Nassau and Bahamian authorities have already investigated the circumstances and are conducting an post-mortem.” In any other case, he stated that Carnival is “totally cooperating.”

“It is a matter for authorities within the Bahamas and Charleston,” Lupoli acknowledged, “and we’ve no additional feedback.”



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