MASSENA, NY — Twenty two people were confirmed injured after an accident involving a cruise ship that happened in Massena, New York on Thursday, June 18th, 2015. Reports were not clear on the exact time of the accident.
22 people were taken to the hospital when a FleetPro cruise ship struck a wall in the Eisenhower Lock on St. Lawrence Seaway. The ship is thought to have hit an “approach bumper” in the lock, which tore a hole in the side of the boat.
Three crew members and nineteen passengers were taken to Massena Memorial Hospital where they were treated for their injuries.
The investigation into the accident is underway by several agencies.
Scene of the Accident
View of the Road
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