60-Year-Old Dies On Cruise

Reports say a Holland America Line passenger from the US was killed when she was snorkeling at Goff's Caye in Belize and got caught in the boat's propeller.

The incident caused her to be cut quite badly. In addition, her head was slammed against the vessel. She received, among other injuries, a large cut to her right leg and two smaller wounds to the right side of the face.

Apparently, she and her husband were aboard a 65 foot catamaran, snorkeling with three other tourists when she went under the boat. According to reports, injuries such as this are highly unusual, since boats are typically turned off while snorkelers are in the water. Or at Goff's Caye, where the incident occurred, snorkelers are usually at the back of the island, while the boats are moored in the front.

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