Costa Concordia Operation: Live Stream Shows Salvage Attempt (VIDEO)

09/16/2013 08:44 am ET | Updated Sep 17, 2013

Salvage crews started to set the capsized cruise liner Costa Concordia upright on Monday, more than a year after it ran aground near Italy's Giglio Island.

The Associated Press reported that while the vessel wouldn't move in the first three hours of the operation, crews detected movement later on. The entire operation is expected to last between 10 and 12 hours.

Follow the events in the live stream above.

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