The Costa Concordia lies partially submerged just off the coast of Italy, after the cruise ship ran aground Friday and flipped on its side with a 160 foot gash in its hull. Over 15 passengers are still missing from the wreck of the cruise ship that was holding over 4,000 passengers. The ship struck rocks of a reef around 10 p.m. local time on Friday the 13th. In a shocking turn of events, the captain Francesco Schettino, is now under investigation also for manslaughter. He was seen fleeing the luxury liner before passengers were even evacuated or were told what happened, which carries a sentence of up to 12 years in prison. The owner of the cruise ship issued a statement Sunday saying there was “significant human error” on the part of Schettino.