The family of the U.S. woman who died aboard a cruise ship last week is speaking out.
The victim, identified as 52-year-old Almarosa Tenorio, died aboard the Royal Princess cruise ship last week when she fell from the upper deck of the ship and struck a life boat in the ship’s lower region.
Speaking to ABC News, Tenorio’s children say that their mom had reservations about going on the cruise and had indicated to them that she did not wish to go.
Though published reports suggest that Tenorio had been seen struggling with a man shortly before her fall, no one has been arrested. She was traveling with her husband, Leo Tenorio, but he is currently not considered a suspect.
The FBI is investigating Tenorio’s death.
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