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Date Published: February 11, 2012
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(Updated 3:30 p.m. EST) -- The following are a selection of videos of the 114,500-ton, 3,000-passenger Costa Concordia, which ran aground off the coast of Italy on Friday, January 13, and capsized early the next day. Thirty-two people were killed in the tragedy.


--This AP video from February 10 shows the rough seas off the coast of Giglio, which forced crews to temporarily suspend oil extraction operations.


--This video, released by the Italian Coast Guard and shown on Repubblica TV, shows a close-up of the damage.


--This video, courtesy of Telegraph TV, features audio from an alleged conversation between an Italian Coast Guard official and Concordia's captain, Francesco Schettino. The Coast Guard official appears to order the captain to return to the capsized ship and help with the rescue operation.


--This video, courtesy of Telegraph TV, shows an interview with crewmember Domnica Cemortan, 25, of Moldova, who reportedly dined with Captain Schettino on the night of Concordia's accident. Cemortan defends the captain's response during the evacuation.


--This video, courtesy of RaiNews24, shows a crewmember from the Costa Concordia directing passengers who have already gathered on deck and are wearing life preservers, to go back to their cabins.


--This video, courtesy of the Associated Press, shows rescue workers carrying out a series of controlled explosions on Tuesday to open up new entry points into Concordia.


--Video appears courtesy Telegraph TV.


--Video from the August sail-by of Giglio appears courtesy of RaiNews24.


--The above video uses information from Concordia's Automatic Identification System (AIS) to track the ship's path on Friday, January 13. Cruise ships with a gross tonnage of 300 or more are required to have AIS. The video was posted by astrapaging.


--The above video shot by the Guardia Costiera (Italian Coast Guard) uses infra-red to show passengers being evacuated from Costa Concordia. It appears courtesy of ABC News.


--Video appears courtesy of Russia Today.


--Video appears courtesy of il Mattino, a newspaper based in Southern Italy.


--Video appears courtesy of Russia Today.


--Video appears courtesy of Repubblica TV.


--A promotional video of Costa Concordia from Costa Crociere.



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