Human Remains Recovered Following Costa Concordia Parbuckling

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Friday, September 27, 2013
Photo: Filippo Vinardi

The Italian Civil Protection announced that human remains have been found by divers from the public order services as part of the search process following the parbuckling operation.

DNA testing will be made for confirmation that the remains belong to the two missing victims of the Concordia shipwreck. Search and rescue operations had started on Tuesday after the Titan Micoperi Consortium declared that the water around the wreck were safe.

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