Carnival Splenda Pulled into San Diego Port

Thursday, November 11, 2010

According to a report from the Associated Press, six tug boats pulled the stricken Carnival Splenda cruise ship to shore Thursday morning, Nov. 11, amid cheers from a waiting crowd, bringing the nearly 4,500 passengers and crew closer to freedom after three days of limited food, smelly toilets and dark cabins

(Source: AP)

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