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-- carnival cruise ship triumph is just first.
Hours ago that cruise -- broke loose from its more -- at a shipyard in Mobile, Alabama and smacked into another ship.
Somebody went overboard actually multiple people and now -- workers missing in the water.
You could see some damage there on the right side of your screen to the highlighted area the cruise line blames high winds up to seventy miles an hour for Terry was the ship.
One worker described what he saw.
It was all the shift work -- and look at girls broke sort of breaking home vulnerable trial.
Two of them broke real fast and in the for the rest though it was just snap.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And those same high winds apparently not to guard -- into the water with two guards inside one of them is safe.
The Coast Guard is still looking for the other.
The carnival triumph -- the same ship that lost power after a fire back in February -- spent days stuck in the gulf.
Thousands of passengers stranded aboard the floating cesspool -- raw sewage in the halls and not enough food.
Now another nightmare today.
Jonathan series tracking developments from our southeast newsroom force tonight Jonathan's seventy mile an hour winds that's almost hurricane force.
It is indeed those wins came dangerously close to hurricane force and while they were strong enough to knock over that guard -- injuring one -- causing another to go missing in the water those who were actually on board the ship.
As it was blown from its mornings are apparently OK a carnival spokesman tells Fox News we can confirm that all crew members and the contractors who were working aboard carnival triumph have been accounted for additionally we're hearing reports of wind gusts of up to seventy miles per hour.
That according to carnival -- I guess they just left it in mobile disservice -- after that disaster of a cruise.
He exactly you were -- back in February a fire caused the ship to lose power knocked out its generator and had to be tugged into the port of mobile for passengers to disembark.
The ship after that have been brought into wet docket BA AE systems and mobile to undergo repairs and upgrades -- today new damage.
Was visible to the ship's stern carnival says it's looking into -- but as of now there are no delays or cancellations in the ship is still scheduled to return to service.
On June 3 shot Jonathan Syrian our southeast bureau -- it.
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