Monster Wave Cripples Cruise Ship
A huge wave crippled the cruise ship Louis Majesty during a storm off the coast of Spain on March 3rd. INSIDE EDITION has the details.
Terror on the high seas caught on tape. Passengers ran for their lives as a monster rogue wave slammed into a cruise ship. Windows exploded when the wave hit.
A wall of water flooded the ship's lounge. In the chaos, a crew member leapt over a counter to help an injured passenger. Shocked passengers waded through the water as chairs floated all around them.
A video posted on YouTube shows the moment the monster wave hit the cruise ship Louis Majesty during a storm off the coast of Spain on March 3rd.
Two thousand passengers and crew were on-board the ship, which is over two football fields long.
Two passengers were killed in the freak accident and 14 were injured. The cruise ship limped back to port in Barcelona that night.
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