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Giglio island: Costa Concordia parbucking

Giglio island: Costa Concordia parbucking

Yellow line on the Costa Concordia hull shows that the parbucking operation are on in Giglio island, Italy, 16 September 2013 at dawn. The hull of the Costa Concordia, that has been lying sideways off the Italian coast since a deadly accident last year, is set to be righted from 16 September. The vessel ran aground near the island of Giglio, in Tuscany, in an accident that made world-wide news. The plan is to rotate the hull upright, so that it can be refloated and towed to the mainland for dismantling. Officials hope to complete operations during the first half of 2014. ANSA/ANGELO CARCONI
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