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Coast Guard suspends search for Carnival Magic passenger who went overboard off Florida

The US Coast Guard has suspended the search for a 35-year-old man missing from a Carnival cruise ship off the Atlantic coast of Florida.

The agency said the man fell from the Carnival Magic about 185 miles (300 kilometers) east of Jacksonville early Monday.

The man’s companion reported him missing and the ship’s crew notified the Coast Guard. Security footage on the ship shows the man “leaned over the railing of his cabin balcony and fell into the water” around 4 a.m., a statement said.

The Coast Guard searched for 60 hours, covering some 5,171 square miles (13,392 square kilometers) through Wednesday evening. The search included aircrew and the Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba, as well as US Navy ships and aircraft in the area.

Carnival said the ship returned to port in Norfolk, Virginia. The ship can accommodate nearly 4,000 guests and is approximately 300 meters long.

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