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Fuel from Costa Concordia finally being extracted
The bad weather that prevented the removal of over 2,300 tonnes of heavy fuel and 200 tonnes of diesel fuel from the Costa Concordia has lifted enough to begin the operation. The removal began Sunday, Feb. 12.
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