Thursday, February 14, 2013

Passenger liner Triumph disasters? 4,100 passengers and crew are without food, water and toilets.


Passenger liner Triumph disasters?
4,100 passengers and crew are without food, water and toilets.

"Triumph" on Thursday, Feb. 7 left port Galveston, Texas (USA) on a cruise in the Gulf of Mexico.
At Sunday, February 10 the ship engine room fire. As a result, the ship lost way, 250 km north of the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula.
Currently liner, carrying more than 4.1 thousand tourists and crew were towed to the port of Mobile (Alabama) from two marine towing - Mexican and American.
Ship was expected to arrive in port on 14 February. 1.5000 are reserved hotel rooms in Mobile and New Orleans.
Carnival company promised to pay compensation to passengers on board.
Relatives of passengers on various media claim that the ship is technical problems, not enough food and water and do not work nearly all toilets.
In addition, many people are forced to sleep on the deck made​​, as in the cabins ventilation systems do not work, but most of them are internal, not portlights, balconies or any opening to fresh air.

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