Yesterday the Royal National Lifeboat Institution was called off the coast of the UK to evacuate a guest due to an injury that occurred onboard the Disney Magic.
Here is more information from the tynemouth_rnli on Instagram.
Medical evacuation from Disney Cruise ship off Tynemouth.
Last night at 20:55 Tynemouth RNLI was called out to the Disney Cruise Ship Magic off the coast of Tynemouth to conduct a casualty transfer. The casualty had dislocated their shoulder while onboard and had been treated by the ship’s doctor.
Tynemouth’s all-weather lifeboat Osier made its way and pulled up on the starboard side of the ship to await the casualty transfer.
Once the casualty was aboard the crew undertook a quick casualty care assessment and provided pain relief while we made our short trip back to Tynemouth Lifeboat station. On arrival, we were met with @tvlb_search_and_rescue who took the casualty to the hospital.
The lifeboat was made ready for service again at 21:45.
Remember if you need any assistance call 999 and ask for the coastguard.
The Disney Magic is currently operating the Disney Magic at Sea summer “staycations” in the United Kingdom.
There is no word on how the Disney Cruise Line Guest is doing at this time.
Stay tuned to Chip and Co for more details.
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