epa03059069 Close up view of the large hole in the hull of the Costa Concordia cruise ship which lists at 80 degrees off the island of Giglio, Tuscany, northern Italy 14 January 2012 after she ran ground in the early hours. The ship was carrying more than 4,000 people, with Italians, Germans, French and British among the passengers and 1,000 crew members. Latest reports say six people were killed and thousands evacuated from the luxury liner. EPA/ENZO RUSSO
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