2012년 1월 18일 수요일
코스타 콘코디아 유람선 좌초: Rescue Operations Continue on the Costa Concordia
Firefighters work from the side of the Costa Concordia on Jan. 19
Search and rescue teams continue the search for survivors on the Costa Concordia on Jan. 19.
The Costa Serena, background, passes its wrecked sister ship, the Costa Concordia, on Jan. 18. International cruise goers put on a brave face as Costa's first Mediterranean tour since last week's tragedy set sail out of the same port as the doomed luxury liner.
Rescuers set up a floating barrier near the wrecked ship on Jan. 18. A Dutch extraction firm says it will take between two to four weeks to safely remove the oil from the Costa Concordia, which was carrying some 500,000 gallons of fuel.
A satellite image shows the wreck of the Costa Concordia off the island of Giglio on Jan. 17.
Rescuers work on the cruise ship Costa Concordia as it lies stricken off the shore of the island of Giglio on Jan. 17.
Italian naval divers recover a body Jan. 17 from the cruise ship Costa Concordia. Five more bodies have been found aboard the capsized cruise ship, raising the official death toll to 11.
A side of the Costa Concordia cruise ship is seen underwater, Jan. 16. Rescue squads used controlled explosions on to enter a sticken Italian crusie liner in the increasingly despairing hunt for survivors.
The heavily listing Costa Concordia, as seen the night of Jan. 16 from the harbor on Giglio island.
Rocks at "Le Scole” reef, around 500 feet from Giglio island’s coast, are seen on Jan. 16 with the ship's wreck in the background. Residents of Giglio said they had never before seen the Costa Concordia come so close to the dangerous reef area.
A woman looks at the wreck of the Costa Concordia cruise liner on Jan. 16. The owner of the luxury liner said its captain had made "errors of judgment" as the search continued for the missing.
A coast guard scuba diver makes his way through floating pieces of furniture Jan. 15 inside the Costa Concordia.
Firefighters on a dinghy look at a rock emerging from the side of the Costa Concordia on Jan. 15.
Small boats are docked Jan. 15 at a harbor on Giglio island, with the listing Costa Concordia in the background. The Costa Concordia, which can hold more than 4,000 people, cost $450 million euros to build and launched in 2006.
Boats patrol near the Costa Concordia on Jan. 15.
Two passengers from South Korea who were on their honeymoon are rescued from the Costa Concordia on Jan. 15 after being found trapped on the ship.
The Costa Concordia cruise ship that ran aground is seen Jan. 14 off the coast of Giglio. At least 11 people were killed, and rescuers were searching for other victims after the Italian cruise ship carrying more than 4,000 people ran aground.
Italian coast guard personnel recover the "black box" of the luxury cruise ship Costa Concordia to establish the precise sequence of events behind the disaster, which occurred in calm seas and clear weather.
The Costa Concordia is seen Jan. 14 off the west coast of Italy. Rescue workers continue to search for survivors.
Costa Concordia passengers are seen Jan. 14 in a rescue boat. The ship had sailed from the Italian port of Civitavecchia just hours before the accident.
Evacuated Costa Concordia passengers wear life vests and blankets as they arrive at shore.
Passengers line up on the side of the Costa Concordia and move down along the side of the vessel Jan. 14 during the evacuation in this still image taken from video.
The luxury cruise ship Costa Concordia leans after it ran aground Jan. 13 off the coast of Italy. Thousands were evacuated to nearby Giglio island, prompting the mayor to issue an appeal to islanders that "anyone with a roof" open their homes to shelter the evacuees.