Cruise Passenger Killed, Three Injured, in Jamaica Bus Crash

   January 15, 2016 ,   Accidents

An RCI-Royal Caribbean cruise passenger has been killed and 3 others have been injured yesterday (January 14), when a tour bus crashed in Falmouth Jamaica.

The Independence of the Seas passengers were returning back from an RCI-organized tour to Dunn's River Beach when the 4-vehicle collision occurred. According to a local news report, the accident involved a car, a truck and a panel van.

Royal Caribbean Cruises released the following statement:

"On January 14, 21 Independence of the Seas' guests participating in the ‘Dolphin Swim and Dunn's River Falls' shore excursion in Falmouth, Jamaica, were involved in a traffic accident on their way back to the ship. We are saddened to report that one of our guests passed away. Three other guests were injured and are being treated at the local hospital. Crew members are at the hospital with our guests in order to help respond to this terrible incident. The other guests that were on the bus have been treated and released, and have continued on the ship."

Independence of the Seas was on a 5-night cruise that departed from Port Everglades FL on Monday, January 11. Ports of call include Labadee Haiti and Falmouth Jamaica.

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