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Costa Concordia - Salvage Operation Live Stream Camera



Costa Concordia Salvage Operation Live Stream Camera Image

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Video above is a time lapse of the tow away of the Costa Concordia which began on the afternoon of July 23, 2014. At this time the ship is enroute to Genoa, Italy to be scraped.

View Live Image Of Where The Costa Concordia Rested For 2 1/2 Years

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