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Chilling final words yelled at missing adolescent after he leapt from a cruise ship into shark-infested waters.

Cameron Robbins, 18, of Louisiana, was celebrating his high school graduation on a cruise ship in the Bahamas on May 24 when he was caught jumping overboard.

The footage of the event, which witnesses said was a dare, reveals Cameron in the sea after he leaped overboard into the lake at roughly 9:40 p.m. local time.

He was last spotted paddling about in the sea before vanishing from sight, with the boat remaining still for many hours in an effort to locate Robbins.

Official searches for the 18-year-old were called off on May 27 after the Royal Bahamas Defense Force and the United States Coast Guard Southeast were unable to find him in the water.

Since Cameron’s disappearance, a video of him in the water has gone viral, and some viewers think they have seen something moving in the water that may be a shark.

Cameron, a former University Laboratory School student, has not been seen since other cruise ship passengers witnessed him vanish from view immediately after plunging overboard.

The film also includes the final words Cameron may have heard before going missing on May 24th.

Footage shows Cameron Robbins, 18, who jumped off a cruise ship in the Bahamas as a dare on Wednesday 5/24/23. He has still not been found and the search has been suspended.
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As numerous individuals on board the cruise liner try to attract the 18-year-old’s attention as he swims, one person can be heard saying ‘bye bye’ to him.

A number of others could be heard calling to him that he was swimming away from a buoy that would have kept him floating in the water.

Shouts of ‘grab the buoy’ and ‘hey the buoy’ trying to keep Cameron afloat and visible looked futile as he did not turn around to grasp the floating item.

He suddenly disappeared from view of the terrified bystanders and has not been seen since, with Royal Bahamas Defense Force Commodore Raymond King describing the water he entered as “really shark infested.”

Following the revelation that the hunt for Cameron had been called off, Cameron’s family issued a statement.

They added that the Bahamas government has called off the rescue for Cameron and that they are returning to Baton Rouge. They would like to express their gratitude to the Bahamas government, the United States Coast Guard, the United Cajun Navy, and Congressman Garret Graves for everything they have done for them. In this time of sorrow, they thank their family, friends, and well-wishers for allowing them the privacy they require to properly honor and grieve their son.

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