Fallout continues after Costa Concordia wreck
Questions about cruise ship safety and the conduct of the Costa Concordia's conduct continue to be asked after the vessel ran aground off the Italian coast, killing 11 and leaving 22 more missing.
CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg weighs in on possible safety procedure changes, including cruise liners possibly scheduling evacuation drills before ships even leave port, and what may await controversial captain accused of abandoning his ship and passengers.
Watch Greenberg's take on the accident above.
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