Passengers on Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas returned to Port Everglades on Friday, Dec. 22, 2017. Some of the cruise passengers were on a bus tour in Mexico that ended with a fatal accident.
Passengers on Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas returned to Port Everglades on Friday, Dec. 22, 2017. Some of the cruise passengers were on a bus tour in Mexico that ended with a fatal accident. Lance Dixon ldixon@miamiherald.com
Passengers on Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas returned to Port Everglades on Friday, Dec. 22, 2017. Some of the cruise passengers were on a bus tour in Mexico that ended with a fatal accident. Lance Dixon ldixon@miamiherald.com

‘Grateful’ cruise ship passengers return to Florida after deadly tour bus crash

December 22, 2017 12:52 PM

More Videos

Lauderhill shooting caught on video 0:44

Lauderhill shooting caught on video

Florida police officer wrangles a 12.5-foot long python 0:30

Florida police officer wrangles a 12.5-foot long python

Can anything turn the tide on the iguana invasion? 1:56

Can anything turn the tide on the iguana invasion?

Man charged with hiding girlfriend's dead body in his home for almost a month 0:49

Man charged with hiding girlfriend's dead body in his home for almost a month

History Channel announces special program on the history of global soccer 1:28

History Channel announces special program on the history of global soccer

Colombian police battle illegal gold miners 1:54

Colombian police battle illegal gold miners

In Colombia, criminal gangs threaten small gold miners 1:49

In Colombia, criminal gangs threaten small gold miners

Years of unchecked corruption hamper Haiti's development 2:51

Years of unchecked corruption hamper Haiti's development

Key West Holiday Parade 2017 1:02

Key West Holiday Parade 2017

Coach Adam Gase talks about the Miami Dolphins' 2017 season. 1:15

Coach Adam Gase talks about the Miami Dolphins' 2017 season.

  • Florida police officer wrangles a 12.5-foot long python

    Officer Joseph Cabrera, of the Pembroke Pines Police Department, responded to a call of a 12.5-foot long Burmese python seen heading towards the Chapel Trail area near US-27 and Johnson street on Thursday, January 11, 2018. Officer Cabrera was able to secure the snake and safely transport it to the police department until a licensed python remover arrived.