Storms Delay Raising of Costa Concordia
GIGLIO ISLAND, ITALY--Thunderstorms delayed the start of raising the Costa Concordia cruise ship.
The ship crashed into a reef off Italy's coast last year, killing 12 people.
Engineers will use pulleys and counterweights to nudge the ship free from it's rocky seabed as crews aim to raise the vessel 65-degrees to vertical for eventual towing.
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