Lady Overboard On Carnival Cruise

'Blood everywhere': Woman dies after falling from cruise balcony

Carnival Cruise passenger travelling to Bahamas falls to her death from ship's cabin balcony

A search is now underway for a woman who went overboard the Carnival Triumph cruise ship which is based out of New Orleans.

The woman, who has not been identified yet, plunged "several decks below", Carnival Cruise Line spokesman Vance Gulliksen told the Miami Herald.

The name of the woman was not released.

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The cruise had departed from Jacksonville on Thursday, 18 January, and was on a four-day trip to the Bahamas, with the incident taking place when the ship was near Freeport, Bahamas.

A search is underway for the passenger. The company says rescue efforts for the missing woman have been under way.

"Modern systems today can record the person going over the rails and track them in the water via motion detection, infrared and radar technology", he added.

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The Valor and Carnival Glory, which will be replacing the Carnival Dream in New Orleans, will be carrying almost 400,000 on cruises out of the city starting in 2019, the website stated.

This was the second risky fall aboard a Carnival cruise ship over the weekend. The Carnival Triumph travels between New Orleans and Mexico, and was expected to arrive in Cozumel on Monday.

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