Icebound Ship's Passengers Finally on Land
It has been a long time coming, but the 52 scientists and tourists who were stranded finally set foot in dry land for the first time in three weeks.
They have been stranded in the Antarctic Sea during Christmas and New Years with their ship unable to move.
They arrived in Australia on Wednesday.
The group was rescued by a helicopter on January second and the passengers were put on an Australian icebreaker.
Meanwhile arguments continue on just who will foot the bill for the rescue operation.
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