The cruise ship Costa Concordia is seen off the west coast of Italy after running aground at Giglio Island January 14, 2012. At least six people were killed and rescuers were looking for other victims. The large Italian cruise ship was carrying more than 4,000 people when it ran aground, took on water and tipped over.
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