A woman reportedly went overboard on a cruise ship near Ensenada, Mexico, authorities said on Saturday.
The security camera footage captured the woman who fell overboard and the incident was reported 35 miles off the coast of Mexico, the U.S. Coast Guard said.
Carnival Cruise Line’s Carnival Miracle cruise ship departed Los Angeles on December 9 and is scheduled to return to LA on Sunday, December 12.
Members of the USCGC #ForrestRednour, a #USCG #SectorSanDiego MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew, and the Mexican Navy are working together to find a woman who is reported to have gone overboard on a cruise ship near Ensenada, Mexico. Inquiries can be made to SD DutyPA @ (619) -252-1304. be judged
– USCG Southern California (@USCGSoCal) December 11, 2021
The Southern California US Coast Guard announced on Twitter that they are working with a USCG helicopter crew stationed in San Diego and the Mexican Navy to track down the woman.
“We informed the Carnival Miracle guests this morning about an incident overboard in which one of our guests was involved from the balcony of their cabin,” said a spokesman for the Carnival Cruise Line of the NBC station San Diego.
“After assisting the US Coast Guard in a search, the ship was cleared and sails to Ensenada and will then return to Long Beach on Sunday morning as planned. Assistance.”
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