RAW INTERVIEW: Lisa Miller Home From Cruise Ship Nightmare
Updated: Saturday, February 16 2013, 05:52 PM EST
COLUMBUS -- Lisa Miller finally arrived at Port Columbus International Airport after being stranded at sea on a disabled cruise ship, and missing a connecting flight home.
Miller, of Knox county, arrived at Port Columbus just before midnight
Friday, nearly two hours after her flight was scheduled to land.
Her husband, Jeremy Miller, her parents and two of the couple's four children waited patiently at the airport.
Miller was among the thousands of Carnival Triumph passengers who
couldn't wait to get home after a nightmare cruise that left them
without power and running water.
Jeremy Miller arrived at the airport with three dozen roses and even more bad news.
His wife's flight out of New Orleans was delayed which made her miss her connecting flight in Charlotte.
said you have to laugh about it at this point she said yeah I do she
was laughing on the phone she said it's just unbelievable," said Jeremy
Jeremy Miller says a family cruise is in their future, despite what happened with the Carnival Triumph.
ABC6/FOX28 will have more on the tearful reunion Saturday.
Reporter: Tara Morgan