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Schettino then replies. "Vabbuò," (meaning OK, whatever).
As Schettino appears unable to make any decision, an officer is heard asking: "Shall we give the general emergency signal?"
With the ship tilting at a 20-degree angle, confusion and panic begin to reign on the bridge.
"What shall we do? What shall we do?," an unnerved officer is heard shouting.
A voice replies: "General emergency," but the order to abandon ship is not given.
Instead the man believed to be Captain Schettino is heard saying: "Send tug boats please... very quickly."
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For three long minutes, the officers did not receive any other instruction. Chaos dominated the bridge.
Finally, at 10:32 p.m., the official "abandon ship" signal is given on the bridge. Calls of "abandon ship, abandon ship," are heard, but no official announcement is made to the passengers.
The film shows the dangerously listing ship corridors as the mystery camera man or woman rushes to lifeboats.