A woman traveling on the Carnival Elation cruise ship died Friday (Jan. 19) after falling ‘several decks’ — various news channels reported over the weekend.
The Tampa Bay Times reported: Woman dies after falling ‘several decks’ from a balcony on a Carnival cruise (read the full article here).
The Miami Herald also reported: Woman dies after falling from a 14th deck balcony on a Carnival cruise
From the Miami Herald…
The woman, who has not been identified, fell from the balcony in her stateroom on the 14th deck of the ship to the 11th deck, Doral-based Carnival confirmed, constituting a two-story fall. The Carnival Elation doesn’t have a 13th deck.
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