Carnival Cruise Lines apologizes for stranding 4,200 passengers

The company has responded to dozens of comments on its Facebook page.

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An engine fire on Sunday left the ship without air conditioning or “widespread use of toilets,” according to Business Insider. Tugboats are expected to bring the ship to land in Mobile, Ala., by Thursday.

Carnival’s CEO Gerry Cahill apologized on Tuesday:

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