Meanwhile, Operators of a ship known as P&O Cruises, has released an official statement regarding the fatal vehicular accident involving a tour bus and a car, which took place in Antrim on Wednesday, and which took the life of a British Tourist.
The firm took interest due to the death of one of its passengers as a result of the unfortunate accident. The report reads, “A bus operated by a shore excursion provider was involved in a collision in Dominica around lunchtime on Wednesday. The bus was carrying 12 passengers, including 10 guests from Azura. The cause of the accident is not yet known”.
“The names of the guests involved in the incident have not been released. P&O Cruises representatives are on-site at the hospital to support the injured. Next of kin have been informed,” the statement stated. “We have activated our Care team to help those affected by the accident.”
P&O Cruises Senior Vice President Paul Ludlow, added his voice saying, “Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone touched by this tragic event. Our employees and crew are working to do everything we can, to extend support and assistance to those affected and their loved ones.”
Currently there has been no official statement from the Dominica police force or the Ministry of Tourism on the accident.
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