Stranded Cruise Ship Passengers At Last On Dry Land

By Scott Sarvay

November 11, 2010 Updated Nov 11, 2010 at 6:19 PM EST

SAN DIEGO (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Passengers on the cruise ship that got stranded off the west coast of Mexico are finally on dry land.

The splendor, which was crippled by an engine-room fire Monday, was towed by tugboats and reached port in San Diego Thursday afternoon.

Nearly 4,500 people, including the crew, were on board.




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