Carnival Triumph Breaks Loose

This ship has got to be cursed. The Carnival Triumph, which made headlines in February when an engine fire left the ship stranded in the Gulf of Mexico with more than 4,200 people aboard, got hit with bad luck again on Wednesday when high winds tore the ship away from its repair dock in Mobile, Alabama. The winds also knocked a security hut into the Mobile River with two men in it, one of whom is still missing. As of Wednesday night, the Coast Guard continues to search for him. As for the Triumph, after several hours afloat it was re-secured at the Alabama Cruise Terminal.