Christina Quinn Wiki – Christina Quinn Biography

The first victim of a diving boat fire in Egypt that killed three Britons has been appointed head of a hospice who spent her life working for the NHS. Christina Quinn, 58, had taken over as chief executive of St Luke’s Hospice in Plymouth after dedicating much of her working life to the NHS. Tonight, her family paid tribute to Ms. Quinn, describing her as “a rock to so many” who she “will be missed beyond words.”

Ms Quinn, along with the other two victims, was inside her cabin room when the fire broke out in the Red Sea on Sunday morning, sources told AI It is with great sadness that we confirm the tragic death of Christina Quinn in Egypt,” a spokesperson for her family told Sky News tonight. ‘She was a sister, daughter, wife, aunt, friend and rock to many. We will miss her beyond words. We would ask for privacy at this time.

Christina Quinn Age

The age of Christina Quinn was 58 years.


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Christina Quinn cause of death

Charles Hackett, President of St Luke’s Hospice, said: “Christina was incredibly passionate about St Luke’s and her place at the heart of the community she serves, and we are devastated to lose her warmth, wisdom and leadership.” . ‘With her vibrant and engaging personality and down to earth and caring nature, as a CEO, she quickly builds strong and meaningful relationships both inside and outside the organization.

“Christina will be greatly missed and our hearts go out to her family and close friends of hers at this tragic time.” Scuba Travel, which chartered the boat, announced that the three British tourists who “died in the tragic incident” off the coast of Marsa Alam had decided not to go diving that day, so they were unable to evacuate the boat quickly.

Investigators confirmed that the three had been found on the deck of their cabins, which sources said was next to the fuel tank, after failing to escape the intense fire. The dive company said the three passengers were among 15 qualified diving enthusiasts who had been aboard the Hurricane for a week-long voyage.


“At the time the fire broke out, 12 divers were taking part in a briefing on board, while the missing had apparently decided not to dive that morning,” the company added. Images of the fire shared on social media show the ship turned into a floating inferno as flames engulfed its stern. Black smoke flows from the rear of the ship as it traveled through the Elphinstone Reef in the Red Sea.

Terrified passengers are seen throwing themselves off the ship, which was carrying 29 people on board at the time, escaping the ship after an alleged electrical failure in the engine room. In all, 26 passengers were rescued, 12 British and the other 14 believed to be Egyptian. Local police said the people rescued had no injuries and were in good health.

Police said the crew members were not injured and were brought ashore in good health. Local authorities will conduct a full investigation to determine what caused the fire. The wrecked ship has been photographed lying on its side with smoke billowing from it on the shore as it cools.


A Scuba Travel spokesperson confirmed to MailOnline on Monday: “It is with a heavy heart that we as tour operators must accept with a heavy heart that three of our valued dive guests perished in the tragic incident. “Our most sincere and heartfelt condolences to their families and friends at this very sad time.”Read More…….

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