ROME (AP) — Officials say a German woman who was listed among the missing from the cruise ship grounding off Italy has been located alive in Germany, bringing the number of people still unaccounted for to 21.

The Grosseto prefect’s office says Gertrud Goergens identified herself to police. Her name was removed from the official list of missing late Wednesday.

Italian authorities released the names of the missing Wednesday as the search for passengers and crew aboard the Costa Concordia was suspended because the ship shifted slightly from its perch on rocks off the Tuscan island of Giglio.

So far 11 bodies have been recovered; 21 people remain unaccounted for. The names of passengers and crew listed as missing by Italian authorities after the cruise ship Costa Concordia struck a reef Friday and capsized off the Tuscan coast. More than 4,200 people were aboard the ship.

Officials have confirmed 11 dead but most have not been identified yet.


• Sandor Feher, Hungary, 38 years old, crew


• Dayana Arlotti, Italy

• William M. Arlotti, Italy

• Elisabeth Bauer, Germany

• Michael M. Blemand, France

• Maria Dintrono, Italy

• Horst Galle, Germany

• Jeanne Gannard, France

• Christina Mathi Ganz, Germany

• Norbert Josef Ganz, Germany

• Pierre Gregoire, France

• Gabriele Grube, Germany

• Barbara Heil, United States

• Gerald Heil, United States

• Egon Hoer, Germany

• Mylene Litzler, France

• Margarethe Neth, Germany

• Inge Schall, Germany

• Siglinde Stumpf, Germany

• Brunhild Werp, Germany

• Josef Werp, Germany

• Margrit Schroeter, Germany

• Maria Grazia Trecarichi, Italy

• Luisa Antonia Virzi, Italy


• Girolamo Giuseppe, Italy

• Russel Terence Rebello, India

• Erika Fani Soriamolina, Peru