Norwegian Escape Crew Members Evacuated After Being Burned in Engine Room Incident

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Two Norwegian Escape crew members were hurt on Monday, in an incident which occurred in the ship’s engine room.

Published reports do not indicate the exact nature of the accident, but the crew members’ injuries were severe enough that they had to be medically evacuated from the ship by the U.S. Coast Guard.

They were taken to the Rocky Mount-Wilson Regional Airport in North Carolina, where they were then taken to a medical facility for further treatment.

The crew members’ current condition is not known, but according a NavyTimes.com report, they suffered burns on over 50 percent of their bodies.