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Carnival Valor: Video shows final moments of woman before she fell overboard off cruise ship
The ship circled for hours looking for any sign of the woman
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Newly emerged video footage, recorded minutes before a woman fell overboard from the Carnival Valor cruise, shows her struggling with cruise ship security.
The 32-year-old African-American woman, who remains unidentified, fell from the Carnival Valor ship into the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, when it was 150 miles off the coast of Southwest Pass, Louisiana.
Passengers said that the woman appeared in a frantic state following an alleged disturbance in a hot tub on the ship and jumped off from the tenth floor into the ocean.
Now a new video, recorded on a mobile, shows her struggle with three security guards who are tightly holding her hands behind her back. Earlier reports claimed she was handcuffed, however, in the video she wasn’t cuffed.
She is heard screaming “Alicia” as guards help her up a flight of stairs and off the pool deck. The video doesn’t show the moment she fell and it isn’t clear how she she broke free from the guards. However, it shows horrified passengers rushing to the balcony to find out what happened. One of them is heard asking: “who was she?”
A life preserver is seen in the water, reportedly thrown in by the crew to help her stay afloat. However, the woman disappeared soon, the eye witnesses say.
The ship circled for hours looking for any sign of the woman, however, resumed on its route later after the Coast Guard took over the search and rescue efforts which were suspended hours later.
“The decision to suspend a search-and-rescue case is never one we come to lightly,” said Chief Warrant Officer Tricia Eldredge, command duty officer at sector New Orleans. “We offer our deepest sympathies to the family during this difficult time.”
The cruise company says their team is providing support to the guest’s husband who was traveling with her, as well to the rest of her family.
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Woman jumps off Carnival cruise ship
Passengers said a woman jumped off the 10th floor and hit the side of the ship before hitting the water.
Woman jumps off Carnival cruise shipBy FOX 5 NY StaffPublished February 18, 2022Updated 11:26PM
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FILE - A Carnival Cruise ship (Tim Rue/Bloomberg via Getty Images)NEW ORLEANS - The Coast Guard was searching for a missing cruise ship passenger approximately 150 miles off of Louisiana.
Rescue crews were searching for a 32-year-old woman who apparently jumped off of the ship on Wednesday.
Coast Guard Sector New Orleans received a call at approximately 3 p.m. reporting a passenger on the Carnival Valor cruise ship had fallen overboard into the Gulf of Mexico.Get breaking news alerts in the free FOX5NY News app! | Sign up for FOX 5 email newsletters
Carnival Cruise Line told Fox News it received reports about a female guest who jumped overboard from her balcony while the ship was at sea.
Passengers reportedly said that she jumped off the 10th floor and hit the side of the ship before hitting the water.
Video obtained by FOX 8 showed a woman being escorted off of a pool deck by security. The video then cut to moments after the woman jumped and people are seen rushing to the edge of the ship.
A company spokesperson said the ship’s command immediately began search and rescue procedures and returned to the area near where the incident occurred and notified the U.S. Coast Guard.
"Carnival’s CARE team is providing support to the guest’s husband who was traveling with her," the spokesperson said.
The ship was returning from a five-day cruise to Mexico that departed New Orleans on February 12 and was due back Thursday morning.
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Woman Allegedly Jumps From Carnival Cruise Ship After Being Detained By Security
Multiple passengers aboard a Carnival Valor cruise ship reported witnessing a woman jump from the ship’s balcony into the Gulf of Mexico after...
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Woman Allegedly Jumps From Carnival Cruise Ship After Being Detained By Security
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Stephanie Ogbogu • Feb 21, 2022
Multiple passengers aboard a Carnival Valor cruise ship reported witnessing a woman jump from the ship’s balcony into the Gulf of Mexico after being detained by security officers following a disturbance with another passenger.
The incident occurred on Wednesday, Feb. 16 on a cruise en route to New Orleans from Cozumel, Mexico. Cell phone footage captured by onlookers on board showed the 32-year-old woman, who has not been publicly identified, being restrained by three officers near the ship’s pool area. She can be heard yelling “Alicia” before being escorted away by security with her hands behind her back. It’s unclear whether she had been handcuffed or not. In the same video, passengers are seen looking overboard as many could be heard detailing that the woman had jumped. A male passenger is overheard saying that buoys had been thrown out in an attempt to rescue the woman and that the ship was turning around.
Why was security called?
The woman was allegedly traveling with her husband on a five-day cruise to Mexico that departed on Feb. 12. According to reports, security was called following an altercation between the woman and a man in the hot tub area of the 10th deck around 2:30 PM on Feb. 16.
“Security tried to calm her down, and she was belligerent toward them. They had to restrain her because she was combative,” one of the ship’s passengers told NOLA.com.
“Security got her out of the hot tub. Whenever they got to take her into custody, apparently she was upset and went over the rail. And, that was at about 2:30,” another passenger told WAFB.
Chaos ensues after the passenger goes overboard.
From the 10th deck of the 11 deck ship, the female passenger went overboard roughly 150 miles from Southwest Pass, Louisiana. According to bystanders, she hit her head on lifeboats on the way down.
“And when she jumped off, she apparently hit her head on the side of the boat. And, then she hit the water face first,” Randy, another passenger, recalled.
Some witnesses recalled seeing blood and jerking movements when the woman hit the lifeboat, citing that she may have had a seizure from the impact.
Search and Rescue
A search was immediately called and Coast Guard was notified. The search spanned well into Thursday. and after searching 2,514 square nautical miles near Southwest Pass for 14 hours, the Coast Guard made the tough decision to discontinue their efforts.
“The decision to suspend a search-and-rescue case is never one we come to lightly,” Tricia Eldredge, Chief Warrant Officer at Sector New Orleans, said in a statement. “We offer our deepest sympathies to the family during this difficult time.”
Carnival Valor returned to New Orleans at 10:30 AM on Thursday morning and prepared to depart for its next cruise that evening.
An official statement from Carnival Cruise
Carnival Cruise released an official statement following the incident.
“Carnival Valor supported the search for a guest who jumped overboard from her balcony on Wednesday evening while the ship was at sea. The ship’s command immediately began search and rescue procedures, returned to the area near where the incident occurred and notified the U.S. Coast Guard. Carnival’s CARE team is providing support to the guest’s husband who was traveling with her, as well as her family.
Coast Guard officials took over the search effort and released Carnival Valor on Wednesday evening. Our thoughts are with our guest’s family.”
Passengers threaten to sue Carnival
According to TMZ, passengers are now threatening to sue Carnival over the traumatizing incident they witnessed aboard the ship. One passenger, Rhonda Turner of Booneville, MS, was on the cruise with her husband and two young sons and reveals that not only were her children confused and upset, but she even saw the head of the woman who jumped overboard bobbing in the water.
After the horrifying event, Turner, who now says she’s considering counseling, is looking for some form of compensation, at the very least a credit towards another cruise.