Costa Concordia: How a passenger experienced the accident – podcast

On the evening of January 13, 2012, the cruise ship Costa Concordia sank off the Italian island of Giglio. 32 people died – later it turned out that one man was to blame for the accident and above all for the much too late and catastrophically coordinated evacuation: Captain Francesco Schettino. STANDARD editor Guido Gluschitsch, who is actually an expert in mobility, was on board the Costa Concordia. He was on his honeymoon at the time and tells how he experienced the sinking of the ocean liner. Italy correspondent Dominik Straub summarizes how exactly the accident could have happened and who was ultimately held responsible for the catastrophe. (red, 13.1.2022)


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