Giant waves kill cruise passengers

Two dead after "abnormally high waves" hit cruise ship at French Mediterranean port.

    The high waves broke the windshields of Louise Majesty in the forward section

    Michael Maratheftis, a spokesman for Louis Cruise Lines, was quoted by the Associated Press news agency as saying the ship was hit by three "abnormally high" waves up to eight metres high that broke glass windshields in the forward section.

    The ship is currently heading back to Barcelona.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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