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Back to Italy now where divers off of the coast there have recovered the body of a sixteenth victim now.
On the cost -- -- -- a crash it comes as could prepare to pump a half a million gallons of fuel from the wreckage.
They're hoping to prevent an environmental disaster as a search continues for those people who are still missing.
-- that she thinks she's covering this throughout foresees live from -- -- a goat island in.
Italy there are -- we're being told pretty confident that they can get the oil out.
Martha that's right -- their number of factors here one is -- the weather's been good but more importantly that the ship which you see right behind me.
Seems to be settling in on that ledge there that has allowed them to get started with its oil extraction process.
They probably actually won't start pumping.
Until Saturday it's very complicated that got to send divers down -- actually have to heat the oil up they can get it out it's been -- By the water there it's called -- hot out process.
Which they -- actually steam into these containers down -- to do it but they do seem to be quite confident.
About getting the worked -- however it's very long you a 500000 gallons of course is a huge amount but they say it's gonna and then take an entire month that is if the weather continues to cooperate.
28 working days -- up.
How are the people on the island dealing with all of this -- Well they just want to see this over with our first of all the oil loud and then second of all the ship -- on this is an island which relies a little bit on fishing but almost entirely on tourism people coming here to -- Scuba diving summer rentals.
That clearly depends on this water remaining clean.
Are they obviously want the ship out -- there that's an eyesore for them right now although some tourists are coming right now just to take pictures but they want the ship out of there but most importantly.
That the oil gets off safely that's a very popular area with scuba divers.
They make most of their money off of that kind of thing people coming here for the summer to enjoy the waters they've got to remain clean -- right Greg thank you very much estimate --
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