Two bodies recently recovered from the wreckage of the Costa Concordia have been identified as Minnesota couple Barbara and Gerald Heil, reports MSNBC.
According to MSNBC, the two were among five recoveries made in the last three weeks. Five bodies were found in the wreckage March 22.
Earlier this month, a report from Vanity Fair and Today recounted the many mistakes made by the Costa Concordia's captain.
Members of the Heil family traveled to Italy to speak with Italian authorities in January. Photos from that time, as well as the vigil held in Minnesota are below.
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