Italian Divers Find 4 More Ship Bodies
ROME (AP) - Italy's civil protection agency says the body of a five-year-old Italian girl was found today by divers searching a capsized cruise ship.
The child's body was among four found today. Officials did not identify the girl, but only one child's name was on the list of the missing, 5-year-old Dayana Arlotti. She was on the Mediterranean cruise with her father and his girlfriend. Her father is among the missing, while the girlfriend survived.
The ship struck a reef near the island Giglio on Jan. 13 and capsized.
So far, 21 bodies have been found and 15 people are still missing.
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