Cruise Liner Collides With Cargo Ship

Tuesday, August 24, 1999
Three passengers were injured when Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Dream collided with a cargo ship in the English Channel early this morning. Officials said the container ship, the Ever Decent, caught fire after the collision. Both ships were badly damaged. A Norwegian Cruise Line spokesperson said that the Norwegian Dream's next cruise had been cancelled, and that the ship will be repaired.
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