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Woman survives 10 hours at sea after falling overboard on cruise

 A search is underway for a woman who allegedly fell overboard on a cruise ship off the coast of Ensenada, Mexico, about 80 miles south of San Diego.

Carnival Miracle passengers were informed in the morning that the woman, who has not been publicly identified, fell from her cabin balcony on the ship, according to a statement from Carnival Cruise Line. Crews from the United States Coast Guard and the Mexican Navy are working together in an attempt to locate the woman, Coast Guard officials said in a cheep.

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The ship left the Long Beach area on Thursday and is scheduled to return Sunday.

In a statement, Carnival said the ship was released after assisting the Coast Guard and will head to Ensenada before making the return trip to Southern California.

“Our thoughts are with the guest and her family, and our care team is providing support,” the company said.

The Carnival Miracle’s home port is in Long Beach, the ship’s biography shows.

It sails to Alaska, Hawaii, and Mexico from ports in California and has a guest capacity of more than 2,100 people.

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