Giglio Island

Relatives of missing Concordia victims arrive on Giglio

'I hope you find some trace of my brother'

Relatives of missing Concordia victims arrive on Giglio

(see related) Giglio Island, September 17 - Relatives of the two Costa Concordia victims whose bodies remain missing arrived at the crash site off the coast of Tuscany Tuesday following the ship's successful righting. "I hope you find some trace of my brother, even just to have a place to pray for him and to be able to say 'okay, the wait and anguish are over'," said Kevin Rebello, brother of Russel Rebello, an Indian cruise waiter among the 32 people who died when the ill-fated liner crashed off the island of Giglio in January 2012. The other missing victim is Maria Grazia Tricarichi, an Italian passenger, whose husband Elio Vincenzi joined Rebello on Giglio. The righting of the Concordia, which began early Monday and ended successfully early Tuesday, now makes it possible to search for the missing bodies. (photo: Kevin Rebello)

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