Crew member dies in safety drill on world's biggest cruise ship

Crew member dies in safety drill on world's biggest cruise ship
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A Filipino crew member died and two others were critically injured when a lifeboat fell off the world’s biggest cruise liner.

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A Filipino crew member died and two others were critically injured when a lifeboat fell off the world’s biggest cruise liner.

The Harmony of the Seas was docked in the French port of Marseille.

Its owner, the Royal Caribbean cruise line, said the accident happened during a routine security drill.

The lifeboat reportedly fell 10 metres with five crewmembers on board. French police have opened an investigation.

France – Accident on cruise ship docked in Marseille kills one https://t.co/UgoXyfWgDY

— RFI English (@RFI_English) September 13, 2016

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