Costa Concordia: New video of the inside of sunken cruise ship – by The Telegraph
Days before salvage workers attempt the historic task of refloating the marooned Costa Concordia, newly released video has revealed the ghostly world — frozen in time — deep inside the luxury cruise ship.
Police divers entering the 950 foot vessel, which smashed into rocks on the Italian island of Giglio in 2012, have captured startling footage of shredded metal work and eerie staircases, shops and corridors, as well as drifting possessions and furniture.
The video is a snap shot of the panic struck last moments of the Costa Concordia as 4,200 passengers and crew fled and 32 drowned, while the holed ship tilted onto shallow rocks.
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Video courtesy: Italian Carabinieri