Three people are dead after a luxury cruise ship with more than 4,000 on board ran aground off Italy's Tuscany coast, ripping a 160-foot gash into its hull
The ship, the Costa Concordia, was listing severely. Many lifeboats can't be lowered.
A cabin-to-cabin search was being conducted to try to find anyone who may be trapped.
And, reports CBS News correspondent Allen Pizzey, passengers described a chaotic scene as the huge ship was evacuated.
One even compared it to a "scene from the Titanic."
So see Pizzey's report, click on the video above.