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The wreck of the Costa Concordia seen at night

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A view of the wreck of the cruise liner Costa Concordia lying aground in front of the Isola del Giglio (Giglio island) on Jan. 23, after hitting underwater rocks on January 13. Two more bodies were found on Monday from the wreck of the Costa Concordia cruise ship, bringing the official death toll to 15.

They found two more bodies today onboard the Costa Concordia cruise ship, bringing the death toll to 15. The ship is now stable, and as they continue their search for the missing, they will also begin pumping fuel from the stricken ship, possibly as early as Tuesday. They also began collecting floating deck chairs today. More photos are in our slideshow below.


The Costa Concordia, carrying more than 4,200 passengers, ran aground Jan. 13 off the coast of Italy. At least 15 people died in the accident, and rescuers continue to search for others missing.