Porthole 17 Sep 13

AS FAR as medical emergencies go, this must have made the Captain a little angry. The Thomson Spirit required the assistance of the Coast Guard while in Strangford Lough, off the coast of Northern Ireland, after a female passenger suffered a nosebleed. Despite routine medical assistance from the onboard doctor, the passenger insisted the problem was sufficient enough to have ruined her cruise and she wanted to get off...now. After the matter continued to escalate, the doctor reluctantly agreed and called for the Coast Guard, who met the vessel, ...
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