Sick passenger brought to Bermuda

  • The pilot boat St David (File photograph)

    The pilot boat St David (File photograph)

A cruise ship passenger was expected to be brought ashore to Bermuda for medical treatment last night.

The Anthem of the Seas was travelling from St Kitts to Bayonne, New Jersey, when the individual became unwell.

A Bermuda Maritime Operations Centre duty officer said the vessel would be met by the rescue boat St David, allowing the passenger to disembark with the shipís medical staff.

The transfer was expected to take place at 10.45pm before the patient would be taken to hospital by ambulance.

No further information about the passengerís condition was provided.

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Published Jan 17, 2019 at 10:32 am (Updated Jan 17, 2019 at 10:32 am)

Sick passenger brought to Bermuda

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