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Coast Guard searching for woman missing from San Diego cruise ship

Rescue crews from the U.S. Coast Guard were searching Tuesday for a woman reported missing from a cruise ship that was docked in San Diego.

The 65-year-old woman was last spotted aboard the Celebrity Millennium cruise ship Monday night as it sailed to San Diego from Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, according to the Coast Guard. The vessel reached San Diego on Tuesday morning.

Crews were scouring the area with a MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter from San Diego and a Hercules C-130 aircraft from Sacramento.

Anyone with information is asked to call Coast Guard officials at (619) 278-7031.


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-- Andrew Blankstein (Twitter: @anblanx) and Robert J. Lopez (Twitter: @LAJourno)


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