A cheer arose in Giglio, Italy, as the doomed Costa Concordia finally was righted early Tuesday morning, although months of repair work still lie ahead for the ship before it can be towed away. The ship had been on its side since a January 2012 wreck that killed 32. Cables and water tanks rolled the ship onto a giant platform, with one side of it muddy and crushed after 20 months submerged. Two victims’ bodies haven’t been found, and authorities are hoping that they will recover the remains in the salvage operation. Franco Gabrielli, the head of Italy's Civil Protection Authority, said no environmental spill had been detected so far.