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24 People Stranded On A Small Boat In The Caribbean Sea Rescued

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Twenty-four people stranded in the Caribbean Sea on a small boat were safe after the crew of the vessel Carnival Spirit rescued them on Tuesday.

In a release, Carnival said its vessel was sailing toward Aruba, near the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico, when the ship’s officers spotted the group in distress.

According to the release, after bringing the twenty-four stranded individuals to safety, the Carnival Spirit’s medical personnel checked the group and found they were all in ‘good condition’.

The ship’s officers contacted Coast Guard officials from Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic to coordinate a transfer.

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After a Coast Guard cutter arrived to complete the transfer near La Romana, Dominican Republic, Carnival Spirit resumed its voyage.

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  1. if you are willing to take such risk then you should be ready to face whatever that comes including death

  2. So, meme, what does that translate to? Should we just not care and leave them all to die? Be thankful if you life does not make you that desperate.


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