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An issue with the Carnival Dream’s fire suppression system reportedly caused water to begin flowing down walls and pooling in the hallways of the cruise ship on the evening of May 3.

Around 50 of the ship’s staterooms on Deck 9 flooded as a result of the break, Carnival Cruise Line confirmed in a statement. The liner was five days into a week-long voyage around the Western Caribbean at the time of the incident.

 
Carnival Cruise Line has since stated that the water stemmed from a “fire suppression system” and employees began cleaning “immediately.” The cruise line added that the majority of the affected guests were able to stay in their own staterooms following cleanup.

Cruise guest Marla DeAnn Haase, who shared the above footage, was one of the passengers relocated in the wake of the flooding. She wrote on Facebook that she and family members were moved to the ship’s spa, where they slept on yoga mats.

Carnival has confirmed that inconvenienced guests would be refunded for the cruise, and given a 50 percent-off voucher for a future cruise. The company also offered to fly passengers home if they chose to disembark early.

Source: Footage shows Carnival cruise flooding with water due to issue with fire system | Fox News

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