Five more bodies found in Costa Concordia
Divers have located five more bodies in the stern of the sunken Costa Concordia cruise liner, a local government spokesman told dpa Tuesday.
"Five bodies have been located, but have not yet been extracted from the wreck," said Cristiano Pellegrini, spokesman for the municipality of Giglio, the Italian island near where the Costa Concordia ran aground.
Coast guard spokesman Filippo Marini told dpa that the victims appeared to be one woman and four men, likely aged between 50 and 60. They were wearing life jackets, suggesting they were passengers.