SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) A 1-year-very old-fashioned girl apparently slipped from her grandfather’s hands and fell to her death from the 11th mass of a cruise ship docked in Puerto Rico, police said Monday.
Police Sgt. Nelson Sotelo told The Associated Press that the relatives of the child will remain in the U.S. territory until the psychotherapy is concrete. He said officers have not been competent to interview any relatives yet.
“They’re in incredulity,” he said.
Authorities said the girl was traveling taking into consideration her parents, two siblings and two sets of grandparents aboard the Freedom of the Seas, which docked in Puerto Rico approaching Sunday after a weeklong vacation through the Caribbean. The death occurred Sunday afternoon at the Panamerican wharf in the capital of San Juan.
Sotelo said the toddler’s maternal grandfather, Salvatore Anello of Valparaiso, Indiana, is knocked out chemical analysis. He said the on fire of the intimates is from Granger, Indiana.
The South Bend Police Department said in a statement that the girl was the daughter of Officer Alan Wiegand and asked “the community to pray for every one of Wiegand associates as they grieve and to love their privacy.”
The police chief of South Bend, Indiana, Scott Ruszkowski, disputed the assertion issued by Puerto Rico police that the girl was creature held out of a window in an interview taking into account WSBT television.
Puerto Rico Ports Authority spokesman Jos Carmona told the AP that the intimates was gathered in or close a dining hall upon the 11th floor and that the grandfather sat the toddler upon the edge of a window. He said officials are investigating whether the window was already opened or if someone had opened it.
Royal Caribbean Cruises called it a tragic incident and said it was helping the relatives. A spokeswoman said the boat departed Puerto Rico upon Monday for St. Maarten upon a added itinerary and declined calculation comment.
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