This morning two more bodies were found aboard the cruise ship “Costa Concordia” which sank last Friday, January 6 at the small Italian island of Giglio.
Divers located the dead bodies in the submerged part of the cruise, which is lying at almost 90 degrees on its right flank.
According to sources, there are two old men who were in a cab when the cruise ship struck a rock.
So far, the wreck has left five dead (in addition to the recently discovered, a Peruvian crew and two French tourists) and some 40 injured, two seriously.
Dozens of divers remain at the rescue operation, which has a team specialized in diving. They will swim accross more than 2,000 cabins of the cruise.