The bodies of the two last missing victims of the Costa Concordia cruise ship disaster may have been found, according to reports in the Italian media.
The news comes exactly one year after the huge liner - more than twice as big as the Titanic - ran aground off the Tuscan coast of Giglio, Italy.
The Concordia struck a rock and capsized on Jan. 13 near the island of Giglio after captain Francesco Schettino allegedly drove the ship on an unauthorized route too close to shore, ripping a huge gash in the hull. The ship tumbled onto its side with more than 4,200 people aboard and 32 lives were lost.
Among them, Sicilian passenger Maria Grazia Trecarichi and Indian crew member Russel Rebello are still unaccounted for and presumed dead.
"Not being able to give back these bodies to their families is now the biggest tragedy," Franco Gabrielli, the head of Italy's civil protection agency, said at a poignant day-long commemoration at Giglio on Sunday.
But according to reports in the Italian media, the bodies were known to be located in the most unreachable area of the wreck near the stern.