Engineers Attempt To Raise The Costa Concordia Cruise Ship After It Sank In 2012 : News Photo

Engineers Attempt To Raise The Costa Concordia Cruise Ship After It Sank In 2012

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ISOLA DEL GIGLIO, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 16: Titan and Micoperi workers look at the water line that marks the former water level of the stricken Costa Concordia as the parbuckling project to raise the ship continues on September 16, 2013 in Isola del Giglio, Italy. Work begins today to right the stricken Costa Concordia vessel, which sank on January 12, 2012. If the operation is successful, it will then be towed away and scrapped. The procedure, known as parbuckling, has never been carried out on a vessel as large as Costa Concordia before. (Photo by Laura Lezza/Getty Images)
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ISOLA DEL GIGLIO, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 16: Titan and Micoperi workers look at the water line that marks the former water level of the stricken Costa Concordia as the parbuckling project to raise the ship continues on September 16, 2013 in Isola del Giglio, Italy. Work begins today to right the stricken Costa Concordia vessel, which sank on January 12, 2012. If the operation is successful, it will then be towed away and scrapped. The procedure, known as parbuckling, has never been carried out on a vessel as large as Costa Concordia before. (Photo by Laura Lezza/Getty Images)
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