Cruise Ship Safety Back in the Spotlight After Carnival Cruise

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Now that passengers of the Carnival Triumph are back on dry land, many are likely contemplating legal action for what has been described as a “trip from hell.” After an engine fire, the cruise ship was adrift for over four days without air conditioning, running water, working toilets, and adequate food and water.

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