The Carnival Triumph, damaged days ago by an engine room fire, slowly approaches port in Mobile, AL, where thousands of people will finally be able to disembark and find relief in the form of food, running water and comfortable temperatures.
Raw video: Cruise liner limps to shore
The cruise liner Carnival Triumph suffered an engine room fire that resulted in the shutdown of critical systems. As a result, the thousands of people on board have had to suffer through days of unbearable conditions as the boat was towed to shore.
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