Woman, 27, sues Royal Caribbean for $ 1 MILLION after her husband, 24, dies and she suffers serious internal injuries after clashing with her during the Honduran jungle zip line on their honeymoon cruise
- Lawyers for Shir Frenkel, 27, filed the lawsuit at the Miami Federal Court last month
- Her husband Igal Tyszman, 24, died in July in an accident with a zipline in Honduras
- The couple booked the excursion while sailing on the cruise ship Allure of the Seas
- Tyszman died and Frenkel was seriously injured when he hit her on the zip line
Keith Griffith for Dailymail.com
A woman claims that Royal Caribbean Cruises is responsible for an accident with a zipline where her husband was murdered on the Honduran island of Roatan during their honeymoon.
Lawyers for 27-year-old Shir Frenkel filed the lawsuit last month in the Miami Federal Court, demanding more than $ 1 million in damages for the death of husband Igal Tyszman, 24.
The Israeli newcomers were passengers of the Allure of the Seas in July when they booked the Extreme Caribe Zip Line Tour at the excursion desk of the ship, according to the series.
The suit claims that they collided with the zipline in the air, killed Tyszman and seriously injured Frenkel.
Israeli newcomers Shir Frenkel, 27, and Igal Tyszman, 24, (seen together last year) were on a honeymoon when he died after she bumped into her during a zip-line excursion
Lawyers for 27-year-old Shir Frenkel (along with Tyszman seen in 2016) filed a lawsuit in the Miami Federal Court last month and claimed more than $ 1 million in damages
They were passengers of the Allure of the Seas (seen in the file photo) in July when they booked the Extreme Caribe Zip Line Tour at the excursion desk of the ship.
Frenkel suffered a series of serious injuries, including broken ribs, spleen and lung damage, according to the complaint.
The collision took place on the third and longest zipline of the excursion, Frenkel & # 39; s lawyer Debi Chalik Law.com told.
& # 39; Shir is first to her husband, through the jungle, and now you can not see her anymore, & # 39; said Chalik. & # 39; Suddenly she comes to a complete standstill and begins to move backwards, in the direction of the original platform where she left off. & # 39;
Then the guide sent Tyszman on the same line, but in a plank position instead of the sitting position that was told to use in a safety briefing, according to Chalik.
Frenkel got stuck to the zip line when her husband collided with her from behind
The couple was on their honeymoon when the fatal accident occurred
& # 39; He is in that plank position, so he sees nothing, & # 39; said Chalik. & # 39; He flies at a very high speed and literally clashes with his wife. & # 39;
The suit says the excursion was carried out by an independent contractor, but guests were misled to believe that it was operated by Royal Caribbean.
A spokesman for Royal Caribbean says the company does not comment on pending disputes.