“It was almost 11.30 at night and I arrive at this huge hotel, it was only open to accommodate almost 500 people, I walk in here and I see an incredible scene: boys without shoes in the reception area, some sitting on the floor, others crying. Asians, Latinos. , Indians, few Italians. But I didn’t ask those poor guys who were sitting there and I arrive at the reception, I see a boy standing looking at my brother’s photo, staying still for a few seconds. ‘I was on the ship with Russel – he says – and out of 4,300 people you talk to, I’m the last your brother has seen. ‘” Thus Kevin Rebello, a 45 year old Indian, recalls in the podcast “The Finger of God-voices of Concord” by Pablo Trincia, the attempt to find his brother on duty on the ship and missing during the sinking of the Costa Concordia.
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