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Italy / Cruise Ship Disaster #1012543

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 20, 2012
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(College of Charleston: Anderson Cooper) The new questions about the accident in which the cruise ship Costa Concordia ran aground on rocks off the Italian coast updated; translated exchange between the coast guard and the ship played; scenes shown of passengers being told to go back to their staterooms by the crew members downplaying concerns. [Cook Rogelio BARISTA†- {thru translator} says the captain had a meal at 10:30 while something on the ship was wrong.] The captain's story, the defense of him by his dinner companion Domnica Cemortan† reviewed. [CEMORTAN - {thru translator} recounts what she was doing.]

(College of Charleston: Anderson Cooper) A live discussion held with passenger Georgia Ananias about the ship disaster. [ANANIAS - reacts to a company letter critical of the bitterness of the surviving passengers; recounts what she was told about the captain's behavior that night.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:08:50

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