epa03060584 A photo taken by Spanish passenger Carlos Carballa on board cruise boat Costa Concordia and released on 15 January 2012 shows passengers waiting to be evacuated after the ship run aground off Italian island Giglio's coast late 13 January 2012. t least three people died and dozens more were missing after a cruise ship ran aground off Italy's western coast on 14 January. The ship's captain, Francesco Schettino, has been taken into custody, ANSA news agency reported. The ship's Genoa-based owner said 4,229 people had been on board at the time of the accident - 3,216 passengers and 1,013 crewmembers. The Costa Concordia had set off on 13 January from the port of Civitavecchia, near Rome, for the start of a Mediterranean cruise, when its crew signaled an electrical fault to port authorities. EPA/CARLOS CARBALLA
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