2 million euros for survivors from Costa Concordia owners

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The owners of the Costa Concordia cruise ship which crashed off the coast of Italy in January this year have paid around 2 million euros to some of the French passengers.
The money is 9,000 euros each for 235 passengers. Something else, 180 French nationals had days ago received 11,000 euros in order for dropping any legal action.
32 people were announced dead on the night of January 13 when the Costa Concordia cruise ship capsized with over 3,000 people on board.
Survivors suits owners of Costa Concordia, in the same time prosecutors in Italy are investigating 9 people plus the captain and 3 executives.