A passenger aboard a cruise ship has died and a crewmember was injured after a shipwreck off the coast of Virginia.
The ship was sailing to Florida for a two-week cruise when it capsized Saturday, authorities said.
The captain and the two crew members were rescued, Virginia State Police said.
They were airlifted to the University of Virginia Medical Center, where they were listed in serious condition.
A second passenger was also injured in the crash, authorities told CNN.
It is not yet known if the two passengers died in the accident or were rescued by the Coast Guard.
The ship is registered in Norfolk, Virginia.
No one was aboard the ship when it sank.
It is still under investigation.
The cruise ship, which is operated by Carnival Cruise Lines, had a capacity of 1,200 passengers and crew, according to Carnival.
The company said it will make more announcements as information becomes available.