Did They Find the Body of the Woman Who Jumped Off the Cruise Ship?

By Michael Ferguson

On the night of October 11th, 2019, a woman was seen jumping off the back of a cruise ship in the Mediterranean Sea. Witnesses on board the cruise ship described seeing a woman, who had been identified as 30 year old Vanessa Lopez, leap over the railing and into the water below.

The captain of the ship immediately alerted local authorities, who then began searching for Lopez in hopes of rescuing her. The search-and-rescue mission included helicopters and boats from Italy’s Guardia di Finanza, navy divers from Spain’s Armada and even rescue ships from France’s Marine Nationale.

The search went on for days with no sign of Lopez and her family had feared that she had drowned in the cold waters of the Mediterranean Sea. After many hours of searching, there was still no sign of Lopez or any evidence that she had survived.

However, after more than a week of searching, authorities announced that they believe they have found Lopez’s body in an area close to where she was last seen. DNA testing is currently underway to confirm whether or not it is indeed her body.

This tragic incident serves as a reminder to all those who plan on taking cruises or vacations at sea to always wear life jackets and be mindful of their safety at all times. It is also important to note that jumping off any kind of vessel can be extremely dangerous and should never be attempted under any circumstances.

In conclusion, while authorities believe they have found Vanessa Lopez’s body after an extensive search-and-rescue mission in the Mediterranean Sea, DNA testing is still underway to confirm whether or not it is indeed her body.