Fahizah Alim

passenger, Carnival Splendor

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Communications Director for State Senator Curren Price of Inglewood, and a passenger on the ill-fated Carnival Splendor cruise

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The  Carnival Splendor  was finally towed into San Diego this morning after four days at sea without power.

The Powerless Cruise Ship, Home at Last

The Carnival Splendor was finally towed into San Diego this morning after four days at sea without power.

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