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Cruise ship passenger dies after falling ill

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 08:25 a.m. HST, Mar 06, 2013



A 96-year-old tourist from Arizona became ill on a cruise ship docked here and was taken to the hospital where she died early this morning.

Police said the woman became ill at 4 p.m. Tuesday and went to see the ship’s doctor. She was transferred to the hospital at midnight and died a few hours later. Police said there was no sign of foul play.







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Bully wrote:
She didn't die because of the cruise, she was 96 years old.
on March 6,2013 | 07:36AM
Kate53 wrote:
At 96 years old, the cause of death is "old age". May I be cruising when I'm 96!
on March 6,2013 | 08:24AM
Mahalo wrote:
Yes I also agree her age had more to it.. but damn I hope at 96 I am still out traveling. Bless this womens family and her sole!
on March 6,2013 | 10:29AM
96706 wrote:
Wow 96! She died probably enjoing what she loved the most ... CRUSING!!
on March 6,2013 | 11:04AM
cojef wrote:
Naw, after 20 cruise quit at age 82. Got tired of putting on the monkey suit, looking like a penguin with piping running down your pants leg roughly 3 times on each cruise was too much for me. Otherwise it's okay, I guess. But 926what can one enjoy except if you like someone catering to you while on board. One word of caution, on boarding, everyone is lovey-dovey helping you get sttled down, but on debarking one has to fend for one-self searching for your luggage/baggage helter-skelter working up a sweat, no one to help you get home and reality. Very tiring and exhausting. Wonder why, thought went on the cruise to relax. Bah!
on March 6,2013 | 11:41AM
control wrote:
That's because the cruise line only has control over the ship. It's the port authority who control the docks. I too had a great cruise that unfortunately ended in New Jersey. Once off the ship, it was horrible. Porters refused to help and those who got porters were given special treatment getting transportation. Nearly had to stage a riot in order to get service.
on March 6,2013 | 07:24PM
RetiredWorking wrote:
cojef, thanks for sharing your experiences.:)
on March 7,2013 | 04:50AM
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