Two Costa Concordia victims may have been found
September 28 , 2013
Divers found human remains near Costa Concordia cruise ship in Italy today. The ship was rotated in a marine salvage operation last week; the operation was done 20 months after the the luxury liner crashed into a reef off an island. Among the 32 victims, two last bodies were still missing.
The search for those remaining bodies began after the operation to salvage the ship was over. The remains were found in the central part of the vessel, where the rest of the people had claimed to have seen the two people last.
The remains are expected to be examined by forensic experts and the DNA testing could reportedly take days.
The victims' hopeful families that traveled to the island have been notified.