A little girl who fell to her death from a cruise ship has been named as her heartbroken family demanded answers over the tragedy. Zion Smith, aged eight, plunged two stories from the vessel’s interior atrium after it docked in Miami. The youngster was rushed to hospital in an "extremely critical" condition but died a short time later, Miami Department of Fire-Rescue Captain Ignatius Carroll said.
Little Demi leans over the table to draw a picture of her dream life. “My forever mummy will be a doctor with brown hair and blue eyes,” says the six-year-old. “We will live in a big house with 60 bedrooms. “She will work Monday to Friday and be home on Saturday and Sunday when my forever daddy will work in the office.”Thoughtfully chewing her pencil, she adds: “She will be happy and kind.”Her younger brother, four-year-old Clayton, nods and adds helpfully: “Kind, Demi.
An 8-year-old girl died on a Caribbean trip after falling two storeys from a cruise ship’s interior atrium after it docked in Miami. Passenger Raymond Kassim said he witnessed the aftermath of the child’s fall, which happened as they all waited to disembark. “You heard, ‘Oh, my baby, oh, my baby,’ and when you looked, she was down at the bottom,” he said. “It happened so fast. She just fell over.”The tragedy happened on board the Carnival Cruise Lines ship ‘Carnival Glory’.
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