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    26-foot wave hits cruise ship, killing 2

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    Post  Earth Lady on Wed 03 Mar 2010, 8:42 pm

    26-foot wave hits cruise ship, killing 2
    Officials: Six other passengers injured aboard vessel sailing Mediterranean
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    updated 11:08 a.m. MT, Wed., March. 3, 2010
    ATHENS, Greece - Greek and Cypriot officials say 26-foot waves have crashed into a cruise ship with nearly 2,000 people on board off France, smashing glass windshields and killing two passengers.

    Another six people suffered light injuries, a Greek coast guard statement says.

    It says the accident occurred near the French Mediterranean port of Marseilles on Wednesday as the Cypriot-owned Louis Majesty was sailing from Barcelona to Genoa in Italy with 1,350 passengers and 580 crew.

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    The victims were only identified as a German and an Italian man.

    Louis Cruise Lines spokesman Michael Maratheftis said the ship was hit by three "abnormally high" waves up to 26 feet (8 meters) high that broke glass windshields in the forward section. It is heading back to Barcelona.

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