Suicidal Behavior – (Excludes overboard events of death in the sea, river, lake, etc.) Suicidal behavior is any intentional action that could cause a person to die. Most common cases are sitting on or crawling over cruise ship railings and falling to lower decks, drinking to excess, brawls, drugs, or intentional impediments in judgement. Less common are passengers killed in accidents when they enter unsafe, restricted or forbidden areas.
Clarice Partee, 20 – Suicidal Behavior, Grand Princess Passenger, March 25, 2007, Time of Death 1:00. On March 25, 2007, around 0100 hours, cruise ship passengers Airforce Cadet Ernesto Guzman, 22, and Certified Lifeguard Clarice […]