VIDEO: Ship Happens! Carnival Cruise Passengers Back on Dry Land
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by TV News Desk
After five days of misery since the Carnival cruise ship Triumph suffered an engine fire, all passengers and crew have disembarked the ill-fated ship in Mobile, Ala. NBC's Today show reporter Janet Shamlian reports, and two of the ship's passengers talk about their ordeal. Hear what they had to say below!
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