Costa Concordia freed from reef, report says
New details from the salvage operation of the Costa Concordia off the coast of Italy – CBS News is reporting the ship has been freed from the reef.
And engineers say no bodies have been found so far.
The operation was delayed by three hours today because of the weather.
Engineeers are working to rotate the Costa Concordia into an upright position.
It’s expected to take about two weeks.
The ship ran aground in January of last year when more than 30 people died.
The cruise ship won’t be removed until some time next year.
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