Despite warnings from passengers, Princess ship officials ignored a stranded ship and two of the three stranded men died. Now the survivor is trying to make them pay.
A Panamanian fisherman who survived 28 days adrift in the Pacific and watched two companions die is suing the owners of a cruise ship that sailed past.
Adrian Vasquez has filed a lawsuit in Florida alleging negligence by Princess Cruises, his lawyer said.
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