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Cruise Ships / Silversea CDC Report #1048429

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 24, 2013
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) How a cruise line is dodging inspections by hiding food inside crew cabins introduced; photos shown.

(Ft. Lauderdale: Drew Griffin) The low marks for the Silversea Cruise Lines, a high-end cruise ship line, examined; Silversea video and pictures of stored meat and other food in cabins shown; CDC report quoted. [Former crew member Adriano COLONNA†- says he would not eat the meat onboard with trolleys of bleu cheese in his room.] [Maritime attorney James WALKER†- says they were caught by the CDC.] A statement from Silversea about the CDC report quoted. The limits on what the CDC can do due to weak regulations discussed

Blitzer, Wolf;
Griffin, Drew

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