New Port Richey Casino Boat Fire Photos: Full Story & Must-See Details

Source: YouTube/Jake Scicli

One person has gone missing Sunday afternoon after a casino boat caught fire near the Gulf of Mexico off Florida, while 50 passengers were on board.

According to WTSP, police responded to the scene at around 4:00 P.M., after it was reported that the San Cruz caught fire. Medics were on the site to help treat those who were brought to shore.

The New Port Richey Police Department eventually released a video of the fire on social media. Police arrived on the scene around 4:17 P.M.

According to WTSP, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission had also responded to the scene.

UPDATE: According to social media, all people on the boat have been accounted for.

As this story is developing, more information will be updated as made available.


San Cruz Casino Boat Photos & Videos


San Cruz Casino Boat Fire Updates

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— New Port Richey PD (@NPRPD) January 14, 2018

NPRPD officers are assisting Port Richey Police with a large vessel fire. Scene is still developing. pic.twitter.com/DSRDubTYHD

— New Port Richey PD (@NPRPD) January 14, 2018

UPDATE | All passengers aboard casino boat that caught fire now accounted for https://t.co/TVM4Q00BJ7

— Samantha Mitchell (@sammitchh101) January 14, 2018

NEW VIDEO: Several dozen people rescued from chilly Gulf waters after Casino boat shuttle catches fire wrapped in blankets, loaded onto bus. Authorities say all accounted for. @10NewsWTSP pic.twitter.com/5RHdakCLLw

— Josh Sidorowicz (@joshsidorowicz) January 15, 2018

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