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Effort to Right the Concordia Cruise Ship is Underway

Delayed By Three Hours Because Of Strong Thunderstorms, The Unprecedented Operation Of Salvaging The Massive Costa Concordia Cruise Liner Began This Morning Off The Coast Of Italy.

Delayed By Three Hours Because Of Strong Thunderstorms, The Unprecedented Operation Of Salvaging The Massive Costa Concordia  Cruise Liner Began This Morning Off The Coast Of Italy.


The Process Is Underway And Has Already Raised The Ship 3 Degrees, Or 6 To 10 Feet. Engineers Say That The Ship Has Been Detached From The Reef And That No Bodies Have Been Found.

Righting The Ship Could Take Up To Two Days, But Engineers Say Operation  Should Just Take About 12 Hours A Complicated Process Known As Parbuckling.

Once Upright The Ship Will Continue To Stay In Place And Will Not Be Moved To Port For At Least A Few More Months


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