With an ocean liner on fire and dozens of people aboard, it was a scary scene for those aboard.
“The ship went up in flames,” said passenger and crew member Jelena Krasovic, who was aboard the Princess Alexandra.
“The ship was in flames and we were on fire.
We were all terrified.”
She said there was a big crowd in the cabin and she saw a passenger who looked like she had just been jumped by a gunman.
“It was a huge crowd, we could see that the windows were open,” she said.
“We saw bodies everywhere.”
The passengers on the cruise ship, the Princess Princess of Wales, had been aboard the ship for two weeks.
It was scheduled to dock in St. Petersburg in a few days and then go on a cruise to Italy.
On Monday, the ship was reported in bad condition.
The captain told CBC News that the vessel’s electrical system had failed, but said there had been no reports of any life threatening incidents.
The cruise ship’s captain, who asked not to be named, said he was “surprised” when he received a call about the fire on Sunday afternoon.
“There was no warning.
I’m not surprised at all.
I don’t have any clue what’s going on, he said.”
This is the second time that we have had a cruise ship ship fire.
“He said the ship’s owner had sent out a notice that it was on fire, but he was unable to provide a timeline for when the notice would be updated.”
I’m not sure when it will be posted, but there is a possibility that it could be tomorrow,” he said, adding that he could not confirm that the fire was related to the cruise.
The Royal Canadian Navy is investigating the cause of the fire.