Sixth Crewmember Dies Following Norway Accident

Wednesday, May 28, 2003
A sixth crewmember has died today following the Sunday explosion involving a boiler onboard the S/S Norway. NCL confirmed that the deceased crewmember was Winston Lewis, a steward from Jamaica who had worked with NCL for 31 years. NCL continues to work with the families of the victims and injured crewmembers. The National Transportation Safety Board is currently heading an investigation to pinpoint the cause of Sunday’s blast.

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