The Costa Concordia cruise liner reached its final destination on Sunday, when it was towed to the Italian port city of Genoa to be broken down into scrap, 31 months after running aground and sinking off the coast of Giglio. But for Kevin Rebello, the journey isn't over. His brother Russell was working on board as a waiter when the disaster struck. Nearly 4,000 people escaped the vessel, but by dawn 32 were still missing and presumed dead. To date, 31 bodies have been found. Russell Rebello remains missing. Although he assumes the worst, Kevin says he hasn't begun to mourn his brother, because he doesn't have a definitive answer on his brother's condition.Click through to read more more of Kevin Rebello's story.