Watch: This Is Why Biden’s $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan Will Fail
In the United States, we have a problem that’s so BIG and obvious that even Elon Musk can’t see it. Our highways are broken, our streets are clogged with traffic,...
Nearly a year and a half after the Costa Concordia hit rocks in Giglio, killing 32 people and partially sinking along the coast of the small Mediterranean island, Italy’s Ministry of Infrastructures and Transports has released its long-awaited marine casualty investigation surrounding the incident.
The report is lengthy, but I think its findings can be summed up in this one sentence copied from the report’s SUMMARY:
The ship was sailing too close to the coastline, in a poorly lit shore area, under the Master’s command who had planned to pass at an unsafe distance at night time and at high speed (15.5 kts).
And that’s just the biginning of the drama that consequently unfolded. We encourage you download and read the full report HERE (Large Download).
Join the 67,789 members that receive our newsletter.
Have a news tip? Let us know.