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Italy / Cruise Ship Disaster #1016000

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 18, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The cruise ship disaster off the coast of Italy introduced; European weather map and satellite photo of the shipwreck shown.

(Giglio Island, Italy: Michelle Kosinski) The rescue and recovery efforts at the Costa Concordia updated; shown of hoses for pumping out the fuel, the inside of the ship; photos of the missing; details given about Capt. Francesco Schettino††’s claim he fell into a lifeboat; video shown of Schettino greeting passengers. [Missing waiter Russel Rebello††’s brother Kevin REBELLO††– comments.] [WOMAN – says Schettino will go to prison.] [Lloyds Head of Content Adam SMALLMAN†- comments on Schettino’s similar move last year.] The impact of the weather and waves noted.

Williams, Brian;
Kosinski, Michelle

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