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Italian rescue workers were searching for nearly 40 people still missing early on Sunday, more than a day after Costa Concordia, a cruise ship with more than 4,000 on board, capsized off Italy's west coast.RELATED:3 die after huge Italian cruise ship runs
aground7 Israelis rescued after Italian ship runs
agroundJust after dawn on Sunday, rescue workers made voice contact with another person trapped in the Costa Concordia. "We are doing the impossible to reach this person," Coast Guard spokesman Lucinao Nicastro told Italian television.
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