Sick passenger on cruise ship off Cape Cod medically evacuated by Coast Guard

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The passenger reported experiencing stomach ache and had been vomiting earlier than she was medically evacuated.

A photo of a Carnival Legend cruise ship on water at night.
The Coast Guard medically evacuated a sick passenger aboard a Carnival Legend off the coast of Cape Cod on Monday evening. Courtesy of the U.S. Coast Guard

A Coast Guard crew medically evacuated a cruise ship passenger who suffered from stomach pains and vomiting whereas 200 miles away from the Cape Cod coast Monday, in keeping with a press launch from the company.

The feminine passenger was aboard a Carnival Legend cruise ship on its solution to Greenland when she reported to the vessel crew that she felt ache in her abdomen space and was “vomiting all through the day.” The First Coast Guard command middle obtained the report simply after 6:30 p.m.

Practically 4 hours later, a helicopter and air crew arrived on the ship’s location. 

In a video, the crew may very well be seen hoisting up the passenger and a cruise ship nurse into the Jayhawk helicopter. The press launch mentioned the girl and the nurse had been taken to emergency medical companies at 12:05 a.m., and her situation wasn’t instantly obtainable.