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Tour boat explodes in Exumas

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A tour boat exploded in the Exumas on Saturday morning, killing one woman and injuring nine.

Four of the injured, all Americans, were medevaced to Florida by the U.S. Coast Guard. Two others, both Americans, were airlifted to Princess Margaret Hospital in Nassau where they are listed in “extremely critical condition,” according to a police statement.

The cause of the incident is under investigation by the Exuma branch of the Royal Bahamas Police Force.

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