The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Stefanie Schaffer, 22, of Rutland, was left in critical condition, with both her legs amputated. Video shot by onlookers on a neighboring showed the aftermath of the explosion. "Your prayers, as always, are needed and appreciated".
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According to wire reports, on Saturday the family was on a boat tour off the island of Exuma, located about 130 miles south of Nassau. She's now in a medically induced coma in critical condition; her mother was also severely injured. With the support of the family, we have launched a GoFundMe page, in hopes to raise $50,000.00.
Stefanie's family members spoke to reporters, saying they were heartbroken by the tragedy, and can't imagine how the girl will feel when she wakes up to realize her legs are gone.
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The 40-foot chartered tour boat was carrying ten tourists and two Bahamians when an engine exploded, engulfing the vessel in flames, the statement said. Schaffer, who "danced her whole childhood", according to her brother George Schaffer, suffered multiple broken bones, including a fractured spine, two broken arms, a broken wrist, as well as internal injuries. She has also had both legs amputated below the knee.
Grimes said the hardest part was telling his 12-year-old grandson, Cameron, that Maleka was gone. "This is a sad day for Exuma and a sad day for our American friends".
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According to a Facebook post by George Schaffer, the family will soon be airlifted to the US. Another boat nearby was able to rescue numerous passengers. Sheila Jones and John Inman were named as other passengers on the boat, but they did not suffer serious injuries.