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Missing passenger aboard Carnival Cruise ship is found ALIVE and rescued after falling overboard

Missing passenger aboard Carnival Cruise ship from New Orleans to Mexico is found ALIVE and rescued after falling overboard – more than 12 hours after he was last seen drinking with this sister at the bar

  • The male passenger, who was not identified, was found in the ocean by the US Coast Guard on Thanksgiving Day after being missing for more than 12 hours
  • He was last seen at the bar with his sister before going to the toilet around 11pm on Wednesday and not returning
  • His sister waited until noon the next day to report him missing
  • The ship assisted the U.S. Coast Guard by returning to New Orleans until cleared to head for Cozumel, Mexico
  • He proved to be responsive and was returned to New Orleans for treatment

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A missing Carnival Cruise passenger has been found alive after falling overboard after a night of drinking.

The male passenger, who was not identified, was found in the ocean by the US Coast Guard on Thanksgiving Day after being missing for more than 12 hours.

He was last seen at the bar with his sister before going to the toilet around 11pm on Wednesday and not returning. According to KPLC 7, his sister waited until noon the next day to report him missing.

The ship was thoroughly searched for him, but he was nowhere to be found. Emergency services called the Coast Guard around 2:30 p.m.

It then began moving back to New Orleans to support the U.S. Coast Guard, before being released again en route to Cozumel, Mexico.

The man was spotted by another ship and was picked up by a helicopter.

He was found in response and was taken back to New Orleans for treatment, USCG Petty Officer Ryan Graves told CNN.

It’s unclear how long he spent in the ocean, which has a temperature of about 62 degrees near New Orleans.

The male passenger, who was not identified, was found in the ocean by the US Coast Guard on Thanksgiving Day after being missing for more than 12 hours. He was last seen at the bar with his sister before going to the toilet around 11pm and not returning. His sister waited until noon the next day to report him missing

Carnival supported his family while he was missing. It is unclear whether the Coast Guard returned him to the ship or not.

Mike Anderson, who was a passenger on the ship, said he saw cruise crew searching for the man and heard announcements about a missing person.

‘[I] noticed that security started searching the boat with a picture of the missing person [passenger] in their phones,” he told CNN.

The ship will continue to Yucatán, Mexico, before returning to the United States on Monday.

The five-day cruise began in New Orleans and arrived in Cozumel on day three. The next day, passengers visit another port before returning to Louisiana.

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