Cruise News Passenger Medevaced From Bahamas Celebration Cruise Ship

Passenger Medevaced From Bahamas Celebration Cruise Ship

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The US Coast Guard has reported that a 56 year old male passenger was medvaced from The Bahamas Celebration cruise ship early Sunday morning (May 18th 2014).

The Coats guard was notified of the passenger who was in severe pain late Saturday night. In the early hours of Sunday morning the medevac started while the Bahamas Celebration was just off the coast of Palm Beach, Florida.

The male passenger then transported to St Mary’s Medical Centre in West Palm Beach, Florida. At the time he was transferred over to the medical center he was in a stable condition.

Below you can watch a video of the medevac operation by the US Coast Guard. its a common operation on cruise ships and most of the time the passengers are in a stable condition.

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