Former Journalist Falls from Cruise Ship, Dies

Bob Horn Cruise Ship DeathThe press in the U.K. is reporting that a former newspaper reporter from Sunderland, England drown "after falling overboard from a cruise ship in South America."

Cruise passenger Bob Horn reportedly was on an Atlantic cruise with his brother when he fell from the liner shortly after a visit to Montevideo in Uruguay.

Mr. Horn previously worked for the Sunderland Echo newspaper. 

The cruise ship has not been identified.

Photo Credit: Sutherland Echo

 

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john Hole - February 5, 2014 1:49 PM

There is no way to fall overboard unless the person is drunk, plus there is a physical effort to go over the ship railing. The behavior of passenger is embarrassing.

Jim Walker - February 5, 2014 2:46 PM

Mr. Hole: The reference to "fall" comes from the newspaper in the U.K. We are not going to report anything else like a push, or a jump, or whatever unless it is reported as such. There is no reference to anyone being drunk and the cruise ship has not even been identified as such. Where in Chile are you? What is your profession? Jim Walker

Suzy Watson - February 5, 2014 6:41 PM

Heard of a suicide last week on Black Watch, but that was enroute to Montevideo.

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