WOODBURY - New safety concerns are halting the search today for nearly two dozen people who are still missing in the cruise ship disaster in Italy. Rescue operations have been put on hold because of fears that rough seas could push the ship off the rocks into deep water. So far, 11 people have been confirmed dead and 22 others are still missing, among them a couple from Minnesota, Gerald and Barbara Ann Heil. Meanwhile, evidence is mounting against the captain who is accused of abandoning ship. In an audio recording, the captain could be heard refusing to return to the overturned vessel despite receiving an order from an Italian Coast Guard commander.