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Stranded Cruise Ship #985186

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 11, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(San Diego: John Blackstone) The return of the Carnival Splendor cruise ship to San Diego after being stranded in the Pacific Ocean featured; scenes shown of the ship being pulled into the harbor; amateur videos shown of the smoke and of the passengers inside the ship. [Passengers Jinger KALIN†, Chris HARLAN†, Jackie HARLAN†, Tim MURRAY†, Amy WATTS†- describe what happened and the food.] [Voice of CAPTAIN – tells passengers there is no need to be by the life boats.] [Carnival Cruise Lines vice president Jim BERRA†- says we’ve never had anything like this happen.] [Cruise industry critic Jack HICKEY‡- says cruise ships can be fire traps.]

Couric, Katie;
Blackstone, John

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