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05:45  14 july  2019
05:45  14 july  2019 Source:   insideedition.com

PICTURED: Toddler daughter of Indiana cop who fell 150ft to her death after slipping from her grandfather's arms on 11th deck of a Royal Caribbean cruise ship docked in Puerto Rico

PICTURED: Toddler daughter of Indiana cop who fell 150ft to her death after slipping from her grandfather's arms on 11th deck of a Royal Caribbean cruise ship docked in Puerto Rico Chloe Wiegand from Indiana plunged 150 feet from the vessel in San Juan on Sunday afternoon. The 18-month-old is believed to have slipped from her maternal grandfather's arms.

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The grieving family of the toddler who fell to her death off a cruise ship in Puerto Rico is opening up Little Chloe Wiegand, who was 18 months old, died Sunday when she fell 150 feet from the Royal Caribbean ship Cruise Passengers Remember Mom ' s Cry as Toddler Fell to Death From Ship .

Cruise Passengers Remember Mom's Cry as Toddler Fell to Death on Ship© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. The little girl was being held by her grandfather when he lost his grip on her. Cruise ship passengers are recalling the terrifying cry let out by the mother of a 19-month-old girl after the child fell 11 stories to the dock below.

Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas was docked in San Juan, Puerto Rico, when the tragic accident happened Sunday.

The toddler and her family were on the 11th floor pool deck enjoying sweeping views of San Juan. Her grandfather, Salvatore Anello, told cops he was holding her up to a window when he lost his grip and she accidentally slipped out of his arms.

Family of toddler who fell 150ft to her death from cruise ship blame the liner because one window was left OPEN in a wall of glass when the girl's grandfather propped her up against it - as it's revealed he AND her parents had to be sedated

Family of toddler who fell 150ft to her death from cruise ship blame the liner because one window was left OPEN in a wall of glass when the girl's grandfather propped her up against it - as it's revealed he AND her parents had to be sedated Chloe Wiegand died after falling 150ft from the Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean cruise ship onto a concrete dock in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Sunday afternoon. © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Chloe Wiegand, shown with her grandfather Salvatore Anello, died on Sunday in Puerto Rico Local officials initially said she had been in her grandfather Salvatore 'Sam' Anello's arms and that he lost his grip on her. They were on the 11th floor of the ship where there is a kids' pool known as the 'H20 zone'. It is an outdoor play area but is encased by two walls of windows on either side.

Passengers spoke of a mum' s heart-wrenching cries as her daughter fell to her death on board a cruise ship . Passengers on board Carnival Cruise ' s 'Carnival Glory' ship , which was docked in Miami, said the tragic fall happened as they waited to disembark. Damien Fox, Zion' s uncle

It was an all-girls cruise vacation aboard the Carnival Liberty when disaster struck. Samantha Broberg, 33, climbed a rail on a 10th-floor deck around 2 a.m

The child plunged 150 feet onto the concrete below and was rushed to hospital, where she died.

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A one-year-old American girl slipped from her grandfather’ s hands and fell to her death off a docked cruise ship in Puerto Rico, authorities said Monday.

Toddler Cruise Ship Death Death of toddler who fell 150ft from cruise ship 'could be murder' say police. Passengers on board the Freedom of the Seas Royal Caribbean cruise ship heard Kimberley Schultz Wiegand cry out in anguish as her daughter fell to her death .

Witnesses said the mother's anguished cry did “not compare to any other scream.”

Police investigating the incident were spotted examining the cruise ship window, which can be opened from the inside.

Cruise Passengers Remember Mom's Cry as Toddler Fell to Death on Ship© REX/Shutterstock The girl fell from the ship's 11th floor

The girl is the daughter of Indiana police officer Alan Wiegand and his wife, Kimberly.

“The South Bend Police Department offers its sincerest condolences to officer Alan Wiegand and his family during this difficult time following the tragic loss of their child while in Puerto Rico. The department asks the community to pray for the entire Wiegand family as they grieve,” the police department said in a statement.

Owen Torres, corporate communications manager for Royal Caribbean, told CBS News that the cruise operator was "deeply saddened by yesterday's tragic incident, and our hearts go out to the family." Torres said that the company had made its "Care Team available to assist the family with any resources they need.”

Heartbroken parents of Indiana toddler who died falling through an open window on a cruise ship recall the moment they learned she'd died and reveal they do not blame her 'distraught' grandfather who was holding her at the time.
Chloe Wiegand died earlier this month after falling 150ft from an open window on the Freedom of the Seas cruise ship onto a concrete dock in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Her grandfather, Salvatore 'Sam' Anello, had held the 18-month-old up to what he called a 'wall of windows' to allow her to bang on the glass, something she loved to do at home. They were on the 11th floor of the cruise ship in a children's play area.

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