Survivors of deadly tour boat explosion airlifted to the US

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The horrific explosion left 1 dead, and 10 others injured.

'The scary thing is Stefanie doesn't know that she's lost her legs, and that's what really upsets me, ' she said.

Stefanie's mother, Stacey Schaffer suffered multiple broken bones and internal injuries.

A Rutland girl had both her lower legs amputated after she was injured in the Bahamas when the tour boat she was on exploded on Saturday. Luckily, Paul and Brooke minor injuries, including bruises and cuts. With the support of the family, we have launched a GoFundMe page, in hopes to raise $50,000.00.

Brooke and Stefanie's father, George Schaffer, and their brother, George Jr., are traveling to be with them in the Bahamas.

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A USA tourist was killed and several others injured when a tourist boat exploded in the Bahamas over the weekend, according to the Royal Bahamas Police Force.

There were 12 passengers on the boat, including two from the Bahamas. "The kind words and prayers are very much needed and appreciated", the most recent update reads on the page. "This is a sad day for Exuma and a sad day for our American friends".

The deceased woman was identified as an American woman by Chester Cooper, a member of the parliament for Exumas and Ragged Island.

The U.S. Coast Guard's seventh district, which encompasses Florida and is headquartered in Miami, received a call from the Royal Bahamas Police Force at approximately 11 a.m. on Saturday asking for assistance with those injured in the explosion, according to a press release.

Reports say that just after 9 a.m. Saturday, a 40-foot chartered tour boat was traveling with 10 American tourists and two Bahamians when an engine exploded and the boat caught fire.