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first_imgcruisePacific Dawn Investigating police say 47-year-old mother of three, Natasha Schofield, who was reported as having fallen overboard from Pacific Dawn on Friday afternoon, intentionally leapt to her death from a deck as her distraught husband watched on.“This wasn’t an accident,” said Queensland Police Inspector Rob Graham.“Let’s be open and honest about mental health.“It’s a tragic end to what should’ve been a lifetime holiday experience for a loving family.“I can say that the missing person did make intentional actions to propel herself overboard. I can say that a male person, her husband, was standing right next to her when she went over. I can also say that her husband tried in vain to grab her as she went over, by grabbing onto her legs, but she was too far gone.” Ms Schofield was travelling on Pacific Dawn with her husband and three children, aged between 12 and 16 years.“We extend our deepest condolences to the family and hope that they will find comfort in their grief,” Carnival Australia said in a statement.last_img

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