Revealed: Five-year-old girl and her father drowned because they were turned away from a lifeboat on the Costa ConcordiaDayana and William Arlotti among the 32 victims of cruise ship tragedy They had been unable to find a space on board a lifeboat on the port side Trying to get to across to the starboard side when the ship rolled over They fell into a flooded part of the ship and drowned New dossier details the final moments of each of the victims Prosecutors using it in bid to bring captain Francesco Schettino to trial with 4,252 passengers and crew on board, 32 lives could not be saved” class=”blkBorder” /> Tragedy: The Costa Concordia capsized on January 13 2012 with 4,252 passengers and crew on board, 32 people died Grim task: Divers search for the bodies of the missing victims of the Costa Concordia disaster Girolamo, a drummer from Bari, on his first cruise as crew, showed extraordinary courage when he gave up his place on a life boat for a child.
Five killed and three injured after lifeboat falls into sea off Canary Islands cruise ship carrying hundreds of Britons Thomson Majesty liner had arrived at La Palma port just three hours earlier It had come for stopover from Gran Canaria en route to Funchal in MadeiraEmergency exercise saw eight men fall 65ft from upper deck into the water By Mark Duell, KARL MCLAUGHLIN AND TOM WORDEN PUBLISHED: 16:00 GMT, 10 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:04 GMT, 10 February 2013 A winter cruise holiday for hundreds of Britons in the Canary Islands was hit by tragedy today when five crew members died during a routine emergency drill. The Thomson Majesty liner had arrived in the port of the island of La Palma just three hours earlier from Gran Canaria for a six-hour stopover en route to Funchal, Madeira, when the incident occurred.
Swimming into terror: Bloodied on Boxing Day, lifeboat fundraisers swept on to the rocks RNLI crews rushed to help injured participants, some in fancy dress | UPDATED: 23:49 GMT, 26 December 2012 Jumping into the sea on a chilly Boxing Day was always going to hurt. But these unlucky swimmers found the experience extra painful after they were swept on to rocks. The choppy waters braved in yesterday’s annual dip meant many emerged from the sea dripping with blood
Mother and three children recovering in hospital after getting hypothermia as they tried to rescue pet dogsCoastguard found family on beach suffering from exposure to cold waterNavy helicopter airlifts the mother and children to Royal Cornwall Hospital | UPDATED: 00:24 GMT, 25 December 2012 A mother and her three children are recovering in hospital from hypothermia after getting into trouble while trying to rescue their pet dogs from the sea. Coastguards said two brothers, aged nine and 14, had gone into the sea at Carlyon Bay, St Austell, yesterday afternoon to rescue their dogs. The boys were overcome by the sea conditions and their 16-year-old sister and mother then went into the water to save them