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A bolt of lightning strikes over the sea near the capsized cruise liner Costa Concordia, outside Giglio harbor in Italy on Sunday night.
Crews will attempt to right the Costa Concordia on Monday morning in a make-or-break feat known as parbuckling, off Giglio Island in Italy.
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The Costa Concordia, carrying more than 4,200 passengers, ran aground Jan. 13, 2012 off the coast of Italy killing 32 people - including two Americans.
Salvage crews have worked 24 hours a day for a year in preparation of raising the Costa Concordia cruise ship. Nearly two years after the vessel's crash, how successful will the attempt be? NBC's Michelle Kosinski reports.