The two suffered a number of serious injuries, including fractured ribs.
A freak zip-lining accident aboard a Caribbean cruise ship has claimed the life of a newlywed Israeli man after he collided with his wife.
Fanken got stuck halfway along the zip line, Roatan Fire Department chief Wilmer Guerrero told La Prensa.
Fanken was airlifted to the U.S. where she underwent surgery and was in stable condition, Guerrero said.
This couple's honeymoon turned into a nightmare.
Local authorities are conducting an investigation into the accident.
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The Israeli Foreign Ministry told the Times of Israel that its embassy in Guatemala is arranging to have Tishman's body flown home for his burial. This excursion over a treetop canopy has been suspended, Torres said.
The couple booked the Extreme Caribe Zip Line Tour through the Royal Caribbean website, according to a local firefighter.
According to the Miami Herald, spokesperson for Royal Caribbean said, "Our Care Team is providing support and assistance to the guests' family and friends".
The newlyweds were reportedly on a cruise that made a stop in the popular tourist destination.
After being transported to the United States, Fanken underwent surgery. Three years ago, a woman was injured while zip-lining, and 10 years ago a woman died after a cable snapped, causing her to fall 65 feet.
The researchers also found that this increase came with a rise in injuries related to zip-lining: About 16,850 nonfatal injuries related to zip-lining were treated in US emergency rooms from 1997 through 2012.