Thousands Will Be Stranded At Sea For At Least One More Day

Thousands Will Be Stranded At Sea For At Least One More Day

File - This July 27, 1999 handout file photo provided by Carnival Cruise Lines shows the MS Carnival Triumph departing New York harbor, on her inaugural voyage. Carnival Cruise Lines said Sunday an engine room fire had disabled the cruise ship Triumph about 150 miles off the Yucatan Peninsula with 3,143 passengers and 1,086 crew members on board. The U.S. Coast Guard says tug boats are scheduled to reach Triumph about noon Monday. The cruise ship with 3,143 passengers and 1,086 crew members will be towed to Progreso, Mexico. (AP Photo/Carnival Lines, Andy Newman, File)

Thousands of people "stranded at sea" will be forced to deal with dangerous and disgusting conditions for at least another day. A fire in the engine room brought the carnival cruise ship to an abrupt stop in the gulf of Mexico Sunday. ABC'S Jim Ryan brings Manda and Gregg up to date.