Sara Armijo Carnival Vista Passenger Belize Port Death

Sara Armijo Carnival Vista Passenger Belize Port Death
Sara Armijo Carnival Vista Passenger Belize Port Death

Sara ArmijoSara Armijo Carnival Vista Passenger Belize Port Death  – On Wednesday, November 27, 2019, around 3:10 p.m.,  Sara Armijo, 51, and her husband Adrian, from Grand Prairie, Texas was on a Carnival Cruise Line ship Carnival Vista for an independent bus excursion to Jaguar Paw Cave in Belize City, Belize. Sara was with her husband Adrian, along with several other family members, when they were involved in a head-on collision, which took place on the  George Price Highway between two vehicles.

Carnival Vista was on a seven-day cruise, which left Galveston, Texas, on November 23 and was sent to return there on November 30.

Sara Armijo was an employee at Grand Prairie Independent School District office.

Sara and Adrian were both killed. Five other family members were injured in the crash, including the Armijos’ children, David Armijo and Byanca Cardenas, their son-in-law Eric Cardenas, niece Maribel Navarro, and her boyfriend, Tecno Panyarath.

A Gofundme page which has raised $13,282 of a $50,000 goal states, “On Wednesday, Nov 27th our family was hit with a tragic accident.    While on the Carnival Vista cruise, the family took a tour bus to Jaguar Paw Cave in Belize.  As they were returning from this tour, the bus had a head-on collision that resulted in the loss of two beloved family members, my uncle Adrian and aunt Sara Armijo.  Their son David and daughter Byanca who were also on the tour bus sustained multiple injuries.  They both continue to be hospitalized in Florida undergoing medical treatments necessary.  Not only are they away from there jobs, but they will also have medical bills along with funeral cost that may not be covered to lay their parents to rest.  I have created this page for my cousins David and Byanca for anyone who would like to help during this difficult time.  All money raised will go directly to them.  No amount is too little.  Please take the time and open your heart during this holiday season to help our loving family.  Please feel free to share.  We thank you from the bottom of our hearts and ask for your continuous prayers. 
Raquel Gonzales -G.P. TX

According to local sources, the red SUV was attempting to overtake another vehicle when it collided into a white van carrying the cruise ship passengers.

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