BOSTON (CBS) – Three people from Braintree were among those on board a packed cruise ship that ran aground off Italy Friday night.

Eighteen-year-old Amanda Warrick, 20-year-old Adrian Warrick and 22-year-old Brandon Warrick were among 126 Americans reported to be on board. All three of Warricks managed to evacuate safely after the rocky ocean floor tore a 160-foot gash in the hull of the Costa Concordia just off the island of Giglio.

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At least three people were killed and divers were searching submerged rooms aboard the listing ship as dozens or people remained unaccounted for.

WBZ-TV’s Alana Gomez reports

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The ship was carrying more than 4,000 people when it ran aground.

The captain is reportedly facing manslaughter charges and charges related to abandoning ship.

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