Transcript for FBI, Aruba authorities investigate woman's cruise ship death
Now to new details about that cruise ship death. An American woman going overboard and learning more about the FBI investigation. Victor Oquendo is in Miami with the latest on that. Good morning, Victor. Reporter: Good morning, robin. The FBI is working with police in aruba on this one but how and why this woman fell to her death is still a mystery. This morning, the FBI along with authorities in aruba are working to determine how an American woman fell to her death on a princess cruise. Aruba's public prosecutor telling ABC news they're looking at every angle including possible homicide. They've conducted a forensic investigation and an autopsy but have not revealed the results, only saying she died of unnatural causes. The 52-year-old woman was traveling with her husband. Officials tell us he is not a suspect at this time and is still on the island voluntarily. According to reports in aruba it was a gruesome scene. The woman plunged from the upper deck of the ship falling 14 stories onto a life boat. Cruise ships typically do have security cameras, now, were there cameras where this occurred? That remains to be seen. Reporter: The 3600-passenger ship was sailing between curacao and aruba at the time. Princess cruises said we are deeply saddened by this incident and offer our sincere condolences to the family and those affected. This caribbean cruise turned deadly is almost over. The ship is now headed back to south Florida.
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