Passenger Medevaced from Anthem of the Seas

   July 13, 2018 ,   Accidents

A 48-year-old female passenger suffering from seizures has been evacuated from Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas ship off Sandy Hook Thursday night, July 12.

The cruiser was sailing 18 miles southeast of Ambrose sea buoy, having left port of Cape Liberty in Bayonne for Bermuda a few hours earlier. Boat crew from CG Station Sandy Hook launched in response to the medical emergency onboard, according to Coast Guard's statement.

Anthem of the Seas cruise ship

Watchstanders on duty in Coast Guard Sector NY's command center received a transmission about 7:00 p.m. from Anthem of the Seas that agency’s assistance was requested.

The boat crew along with a nurse arrived on scene and transferred the patient to a 47ft motor lifeboat and brought the woman to Station Sandy Hook. 

The woman was then transferred to an area hospital. Her condition was not announced.

For other Anthem of the Seas accidents and incidents see at the ship's CruiseMinus page.

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