Salvage Crews Work To Re-float Costa Concordia

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The stricken Costa Concordia lies on its side as operations to... News PhotoAccidents and Disasters,Belgium,Brussels,Capsizing,Cruise,Environmental Damage,Environmental Issues,Horizontal,Italy,Mode of Transport,Side View,Wreck of the Costa ConcordiaPhotographer Collection: Photonews 2012 PhotonewsGIGLIO PORTO, ITALY - JULY 2: (BELGIUM OUT; FRANCE OUT; NETHERLANDS OUT) The stricken Costa Concordia lies on its side as operations to refloat the capsized cruise liner continue July 2, 2012 in Giglo Porto, Italy. The recovery operations to refloat and remove the cruise ship are organized by the U.S. firm Titan Salvage, owned by Crowley Maritime Corp, and Italian firm Micoperi and are set to cost at least $300 million and last about a year. The ship ran aground in January; killing at least 30 people with 2 still unaccounted for. (Photo by LR/Photonews via Getty Images)