Capsizing of Cruise Ship Blamed on Human Error

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The search continues for 16 people still missing after the Italian luxury cruise ship Costa Concordia hit a rock and rolled on to its side Friday off the island of Giglio in the Mediterranean Sea. There were 4200 passengers on board. Six have been found dead. The owners of Costa Cruises are blaming the captain. Gavin Jones is reporting for the Reuters News Service.

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