Last Saturday the Costa COncordia, an italian cruise ship carrying 4000 people, ran aground and capsized. So far 6 people have been killed but around 30 people are still missing inside the vessel. The image must be surreal for the people living on the tiny island in front of which this huge ship “fell over”.

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The Costa Concordia Disaster

A cruise ship that ran aground is seen off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 14, 2012. At least three people were killed and rescuers were looking for other victims on Saturday after Costa Concordia, a large Italian cruise ship, carrying more than 4,000 people ran aground overnight, took on water and tipped over. REUTERS/Giglionews.it /Giorgio Fanciulli

The Costa Concordia Disaster

A cruise ship that ran aground is seen off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 14, 2012. At least three people were killed and rescuers were looking for other victims on Saturday after Costa Concordia, a large Italian cruise ship, carrying more than 4,000 people ran aground overnight, took on water and tipped over. REUTERS/Giglionews.it /Giorgio Fanciulli

The Costa Concordia Disaster

Passengers put on life vests along the corridors of the Costa Concordia cruise ship January 13, 2012 near Giglio, Italy, in this still image taken from an amateur video shot by a German passenger and obtained January 14, 2012. Divers and other rescuers were painstakingly checking thousands of cabins on the Italian liner for 15 people still unaccounted for after the huge vessel foundered and keeled over , killing at least five people and injuring 70. Image pixelated at source. REUTERS/Amateur Video via Reuters TV

The Costa Concordia Disaster

A cruise ship that ran aground is seen off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 14, 2012. At least three people were killed and rescuers were looking for other victims on Saturday after Costa Concordia, a large Italian cruise ship, carrying more than 4,000 people ran aground overnight, took on water and tipped over. REUTERS/Remo Casilli

The Costa Concordia Disaster

Two men look at a cruise ship that ran aground off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 14, 2012. At least three people were killed and rescuers were looking for other victims on Saturday after Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia carrying more than 4,000 people ran aground overnight, took on water and tipped over. REUTERS/Stringer

The Costa Concordia Disaster

A cruise ship that ran aground is seen off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 14, 2012. At least three people were killed and rescuers were looking for other victims on Saturday after Costa Concordia, a large Italian cruise ship, carrying more than 4,000 people ran aground overnight, took on water and tipped over. REUTERS/Remo Casilli

The Costa Concordia Disaster

A cruise ship that ran aground is seen off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 14, 2012. At least three people were killed and rescuers were looking for other victims on Saturday after Costa Concordia, a large Italian cruise ship, carrying more than 4,000 people ran aground overnight, took on water and tipped over. REUTERS/Stringer

The Costa Concordia Disaster

A cruise ship that ran aground is seen off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 14, 2012. At least three people were killed and rescuers were looking for other victims on Saturday after Costa Concordia, a large Italian cruise ship, carrying more than 4,000 people ran aground overnight, took on water and tipped over. REUTERS/Remo Casilli

The Costa Concordia Disaster

A woman looks at a cruise ship that ran aground off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 14, 2012. At least three people were killed and rescuers were looking for other victims on Saturday after Costa Concordia, a large Italian cruise ship, carrying more than 4,000 people ran aground overnight, took on water and tipped over. REUTERS/Stringer

The Costa Concordia Disaster

A surviving passenger of the Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia shows a postcard of his travel as he arrives at the cruise's terminal of Marseille harbour January 14, 2012. Passengers leapt into the sea and fought over lifejackets in panic when the Italian cruise ship ran aground and keeled over, killing at least three and leaving dozens missing. REUTERS/Philippe Laurenson

The Costa Concordia Disaster

A police officer carries a child while helping a woman as they arrive at Porto Santo Stefano after a cruise ship that ran aground off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 14, 2012. At least three people were killed and rescuers were looking for other victims on Saturday after Costa Concordia, a large Italian cruise ship, carrying more than 4,000 people ran aground overnight, took on water and tipped over. REUTERS/Stringer

The Costa Concordia Disaster

Rescue workers helps a woman as they arrive at Porto Santo Stefano after a cruise ship ran aground off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 14, 2012. At least three people were killed and rescuers were looking for other victims on Saturday after Costa Concordia, a large Italian cruise ship, carrying more than 4,000 people ran aground overnight, took on water and tipped over. REUTERS/Stringer

The Costa Concordia Disaster

Passengers arrive at Porto Santo Stefano after a cruise ship ran aground off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 14, 2012. At least three people were killed and rescuers were looking for other victims on Saturday after Costa Concordia, a large Italian cruise ship, carrying more than 4,000 people ran aground overnight, took on water and tipped over.REUTERS/Stringer

The Costa Concordia Disaster

A South Korean man (C) is helped after been rescued with his wife from Costa Concordia cruise as it ran aground off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 15, 2012. Early on Sunday, firefighters found two people still alive in a cabin after making voice contact with them from several decks above, Italian media reported. About 40 people were still missing on Sunday more than 24 hours after an Italian cruise ship with more than 4,000 on board capsized off Italy's west coast, killing at least three people and injuring 70. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

The Costa Concordia Disaster

A cruise ship that ran aground is seen off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 14, 2012. At least three people were killed and rescuers were looking for other victims on Saturday after Costa Concordia, a large Italian cruise ship, carrying more than 4,000 people ran aground overnight, took on water and tipped over. REUTERS/Giglionews.it /Giorgio Fanciulli

The Costa Concordia Disaster

Holes are seen on a cruise ship that ran aground off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 14, 2012. At least three people were killed and rescuers were looking for other victims on Saturday after Costa Concordia, a large Italian cruise ship, carrying more than 4,000 people ran aground overnight, took on water and tipped over. REUTERS/Stringer

The Costa Concordia Disaster

A view shows one of the two leaks in the capsized Costa Concordia cruise ship after being holed by a rock off the west coast of Italy, at Giglio island January 15, 2012. Rescuers were painstakingly checking thousands of cabins on the Italian liner for 15 people still unaccounted for after the huge vessel foundered and keeled over, killing at least five people and injuring 70. REUTERS/ Max Rossi

The Costa Concordia Disaster

Costa Concordia cruise ship that ran aground is seen off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 14, 2012. At least three people were killed and rescuers were searching for other victims after the Italian cruise ship carrying more than 4,000 people ran aground and keeled over in shallow waters. REUTERS/Italian Guardia di Finanza

The Costa Concordia Disaster

Costa Concordia cruise liner captain Francesco Schettino (R) is escorted by a Carabinieri in Grosseto January 14, 2012. Schettino, the captain of the Italian cruise liner that ran aground off Italy's west coast, was arrested on the charges of multiple manslaughter, causing a shipwreck and abandoning ship, police said on Saturday. Italian rescue workers were searching for nearly 40 people still missing early on Sunday, more than a day after the cruise ship with more than 4,000 on board capsized, killing at least three people and injuring 70. Picture taken January 14. REUTERS/Enzo Russo/ANSA

The Costa Concordia Disaster

Rescuers stand in a boat next to the Costa Concordia cruise ship that ran aground off the west coast of Italy, at Giglio island January 15, 2012. At least three people were killed after the Italian cruise ship with more than 4,000 on board capsized, running aground and keeling over in shallow waters. REUTERS/Remo Casilli

The Costa Concordia Disaster

Italian rescue workers search the Costa Concordia cruise ship after it ran aground off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 15, 2012. Teams were painstakingly checking thousands of rooms on the cruise ship for nearly 40 people still missing, more than a day after the huge vessel foundered and keeled over with more than 4,000 on board, killing at least three people and injuring 70. REUTERS/ Remo Casilli

The Costa Concordia Disaster

Two people sit on rocks in front of the Costa Concordia cruise ship that ran aground off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 15, 2012. Teams were painstakingly checking thousands of rooms on the cruise ship for nearly 40 people still missing, more than a day after the huge vessel foundered and keeled over with more than 4,000 on board, killing at least three people and injuring 70. REUTERS/ Remo Casilli

The Costa Concordia Disaster

Rescue workers inspect on top of the Costa Concordia cruise ship that ran aground off the west coast of Italy, at Giglio island January 16, 2012. Rescue workers searching the half-submerged hulk of the Italian cruise ship for missing passengers and crew recovered a sixth body on Monday, more than 48 hours after the vessel capsized off Italy's west coast. REUTERS/ Max Rossi

The Costa Concordia Disaster

Rescue workers inspect the capsized Costa Concordia cruise ship that ran aground off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island January 16, 2012. Rescue workers searching the half-submerged hulk of an Italian cruise ship for missing passengers and crew recovered a sixth body on Monday, more than 48 hours after the vessel capsized off Italy's west coast. REUTERS/ Max Rossi

The Costa Concordia Disaster

Rescue workers patrol next to the Costa Concordia cruise ship that ran aground off the west coast of Italy, at Giglio island January 16, 2012. Rescue workers searched the half submerged hulk of the capsized Italian cruise ship for 14 people still missing on Monday, more than 48 hours after the huge vessel capsized, killing at least six and injuring more than 60. REUTERS/ Max Rossi

The Costa Concordia Disaster

An Italian Coast guard diver inspects inside the Costa Concordia cruise ship that ran aground off the west coast of Italy, at Giglio island January 16, 2012. Rescuers resumed a search of the hulk of a giant cruise liner off the west coast of Italy on Monday after bad weather forced them to halt operations, but hopes were fading of finding more survivors. REUTERS/Guardia Costiera/Handout

The Costa Concordia Disaster

An Italian Coast guard diver inspects inside the Costa Concordia cruise ship that ran aground off the west coast of Italy, at Giglio island January 16, 2012. Rescuers resumed a search of the hulk of a giant cruise liner off the west coast of Italy on Monday after bad weather forced them to halt operations, but hopes were fading of finding more survivors. REUTERS/Guardia Costiera/Handout

The Costa Concordia Disaster

Furniture is seen inside the Costa Concordia cruise ship that ran aground off the west coast of Italy, at Giglio island January 16, 2012. Rescuers resumed a search of the hulk of a giant cruise liner off the west coast of Italy on Monday after bad weather forced them to halt operations, but hopes were fading of finding more survivors. REUTERS/Guardia Costiera/Handout

The Costa Concordia Disaster

An oil removal ship is seen next to the Costa Concordia cruise ship as it ran aground off the west coast of Italy at Giglio island, January 16, 2012. Over-reliance on electronic navigation systems and a failure of judgement by the captain are seen as possible reasons for one of the worst cruise liner disasters of all time, maritime specialists say. REUTERS/ Max Rossi

The Costa Concordia Disaster

Rescue workers inspect the side of the Costa Concordia cruise ship that ran aground off the west coast of Italy, at Giglio island, January 16, 2012. Over-reliance on electronic navigation systems and a failure of judgement by the captain are seen as possible reasons for one of the worst cruise liner disasters of all time, maritime specialists say. REUTERS/ Max Rossi

Jan 17, 2012