Shocking video: Carnival cruise ship from Florida catches fire in Grand Turk

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A Carnival cruise ship sailing from Florida caught fire while docked in Grand Turk on Thursday. The Carnival Freedom was on a five-day cruise when a fire broke out inside the ship’s funnel. According to Carnival, the fire was quickly extinguished by emergency response teams, and all 2,504 guests and 972 crew are safe.

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