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Salvage crew workers work on a side of the capsized Costa Concordia cruise liner outside Giglio harbour September 16, 2013. (TONY GENTILE/REUTERS)
Salvage crew workers work on a side of the capsized Costa Concordia cruise liner outside Giglio harbour September 16, 2013. (TONY GENTILE/REUTERS)

Updates from the scene: The lifting of the wrecked Costa Concordia cruise ship Add to ...

The lifting of the ship will be slow as pressure is applied to the 56 enormous chains that are tilting the ship upright. Initially, 2,000 tonnes of pressure is being applied to the chains. When the pressure reaches 4,000 tonnes, the ship is expected to move.

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