U.S. teen on grad trip lost overboard from sunset cruise boat off Bahamas

Three days after graduating from high school, a Louisiana teen went missing from a sunset cruise in the Bahamas, the Coast Guard has reported.

Cameron Robbins, 18, was among of group of Baton Rouge teens on a graduation trip to the Atlantis resort, near Nassau. He jumped or fell from a boat Wednesday evening near Athol Island and disappeared in the water, the Royal Bahamas Police Force said.

The U.S. Coast Guard is assisting Bahamian teams in the search, it said Thursday.

Robbins graduated Sunday, May 21, from University Laboratory School, which is run by Louisiana State University. He had been there since kindergarten, a school official told TV station WBRZ.

The trip was not a school-sanctioned event but a commercial package arranged for students from the Baton Rouge area.

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Source:: The Mercury News – Entertainment


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