Human remains found on Costa Concordia

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GIGLIO, ITALY – Forget six feet underground. The two missing Costa Concordia passengers have been buried under water for close to two years.  But now details, and remains are surfacing.

With the ship upright, divers have better access. The latest word:  human remains are on deck four. On Thursday they were carefully removed.

32 people died when the cruise ship capsized off the Italian coast in 2012. That number includes the two missing.