Italy cargo ship crashes into port

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Stefano Messina, managing director of the Ignazio Messina & C. SpA Italian shipping line, arrives at Genoa harbor, northern Italy, where one of his cargo ships crashed into the port control tower killing at least three people, Tuesday, May 7, 2013. A half-dozen people remain unaccounted for early Wednesday, after a cargo ship identified as the Jolly Nero of the Ignazio Messina & C. SpA Italian shipping line, slammed into the port. (AP Photo/Marco Balostro)

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Rescue workers in diving gear found seven bodies May 8 in the wreckage after a cargo ship slammed into the dock at Genoa, toppling the busy Italian port's control tower into the harbor. Four people were hospitalized and half-dozen remain missing. (AP)

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