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Terry Thornton, Senior Vice President of Carnival Cruise Lines, gives a press conference in front of the Alabama Cruise terminal in Mobile, Alabama on February 14, 2013. Passengers on a stricken cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico are enduring a nightmare after days without power, waiting hours for sparse meals and relieving themselves in plastic bags, a passenger said February 14. The ship Triumph, owned by Carnival, suffered an engine room fire Sunday that left it disabled and adrift as it carried more than 4,000 people. It is being towed to Mobile, Alabama and was to arrive Thursday afternoon. AFP PHOTO/DAN ANDERSON (Photo credit should read DAN ANDERSON/AFP/Getty Images)
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Terry Thornton, Senior Vice President of Carnival Cruise Lines, gives a press conference in front of the Alabama Cruise terminal in Mobile, Alabama on February 14, 2013. Passengers on a stricken cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico are enduring a nightmare after days without power, waiting hours for sparse meals and relieving themselves in plastic bags, a passenger said February 14. The ship Triumph, owned by Carnival, suffered an engine room fire Sunday that left it disabled and adrift as it carried more than 4,000 people. It is being towed to Mobile, Alabama and was to arrive Thursday afternoon. AFP PHOTO/DAN ANDERSON (Photo credit should read DAN ANDERSON/AFP/Getty Images)
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Terry Thornton Senior Vice President of Carnival Cruise Lines gives a... Nyhetsfoto 161707287Alabama,Ge,Gulf Coast States,Mobile - Alabama,Nödfall och katastrofer,Presskonferens,USA,Vertikal,Vice ordförandePhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPTerry Thornton, Senior Vice President of Carnival Cruise Lines, gives a press conference in front of the Alabama Cruise terminal in Mobile, Alabama on February 14, 2013. Passengers on a stricken cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico are enduring a nightmare after days without power, waiting hours for sparse meals and relieving themselves in plastic bags, a passenger said February 14. The ship Triumph, owned by Carnival, suffered an engine room fire Sunday that left it disabled and adrift as it carried more than 4,000 people. It is being towed to Mobile, Alabama and was to arrive Thursday afternoon. AFP PHOTO/DAN ANDERSON (Photo credit should read DAN ANDERSON/AFP/Getty Images)