Cameron Robbins – A recent high school graduate from the state of Louisiana reportedly went overboard while on vacation in the Bahamas, and he or she has not been seen or heard from since that time. Cameron Robbins, who attended University Laboratory School in Baton Rouge, was on a trip with a group of other children when he went overboard on Wednesday night, according to remarks made by administrators from the school. The trip took place in Baton Rouge.
“As of this interview right now, he has not been located,” Kevin George, the director of the Laboratory School, said during the middle of the workday on Thursday. “He has not been found.” According to the data provided by the Royal Bahamas Police Force, the incident took place in the neighborhood of Athol Island at approximately 9:40 p.m. local time. The Royal Bahamas Police Force has issued a statement indicating that an 18-year-old guy “apparently jumped from a pleasure vessel.” The statement was made public.
It was revealed on Thursday by the United States Coast Guard Southeast that they are assisting with the search operations for a missing American citizen who was “believed to have fallen overboard from a sunset cruise near Nassau” on Wednesday. The cruise was taking place in Nassau. A representative for the Coast Guard confirmed to ABC News that Robbins is the individual they are looking for as part of their search.
The current search and rescue operation in the Bahamas is being led by the Royal Bahamas Defense Force. According to Petty Officer 3rd Class Ryan Estrada of the United States Coast Guard, the United States Coast Guard is providing aviation assistance to the operation. According to George, the trip to the Bahamas was not an officially sanctioned school excursion; nonetheless, it did include children from a number of high schools located in the surrounding area; among these children were between 10 and 15 students from the Laboratory School.
The graduation ceremony for the school was held on the previous Sunday, which was also the day it took place.