Death of Leonardo Lamma, in Corso Francia the first inspection was carried out on the hill for which he fell

Yesterday the first inspection took place where the accident in which Leonardo Lamma lost his life took place. The information will be added to that collected thanks to the videos of the shops in Corso Francia and the new testimonies to discover the role of the bump in the accident.

On the left, the photo of the road before the works carried out the evening after the accident in which Leonardo Lamma lost his life.

On the left, the photo of the road before the works carried out the evening after the accident in which Leonardo Lamma lost his life.

In the course of yesterday morning, it took place the first inspection for the accident cost the life of Leonardo Lamma, a 19-year-old motorcyclist who died while he was riding his Ktm Duke corso Francia on the afternoon of Thursday 7 April.

He went to the scene of the accident to ascertain the causes that led the young man to lose control of the vehicle the consultant of the power of attorney Antonio Moroni, under the supervision of the Simu department, Urban maintenance infrastructure development of the city of Rome, as stated in an article by the Corriere della Sera. The consultant examined the stretch of road where Leonardo died to ascertain the role of the hump, which he played a few hours after the incident, in the accident. The analysis of him will be added to the information gathered from the testimonies and videos of the businesses that have been acquired in the last hours by the Local Police of the Cassia Group.

The new videos acquired by the Local Police

Yesterday, Tuesday 12 April, the Local Police also acquired the images recorded by the video surveillance devices of a Compro Oro shop located right along Corso Francia. In the video they are shown the last moments of Leonardo’s life: the boy seems to have fallen after losing control of the vehicle, just past the bump. In order to better understand how the facts unfolded, in the meantime, the Local Police acquired new videos recorded by the video surveillance systems of two other activities in Corso Francia: the two recordings, although less clear than the first, would show the accident.

Death of Leonardo Lamma, the road works carried out after the accident

The brigade also, again in the course of yesterday, have summoned six witnesses who, following the accident, immediately contacted 112 after Leonardo’s fall. For days now, Leonardo’s mother has launched an appeal to find as many witnesses as possible able to share their version of events: “Anyone who has seen what happened when Leonardo lost control of the bike and why he crashed, speak. We just want to know the truthunderstand what happened to our son, so that he has justice “, he told

The investigations

In addition to the ongoing investigation, the new testimonies and videos just acquired by the Local Police are now added: the deputy prosecutor Giovanni Conso and the prosecutor Attilio Pisani continue the street murder investigation, although so far there are no suspects. All the information collected should help to understand the exact dynamics of the accident to determine if the road was safe or not at the time of the accident. After the works to close the chasm that appeared at the end of last March, in fact, a difference in height remained on the asphalt until the same evening of the accident. A few hours after the accident, however, they took place new maintenance work right on that stretch of road, to “equalize” the asphalt after the “patch” of the hole.

It could have been precisely this bump due to the fall that caused Leonardo’s death in a street that, in the city of Rome, is among the most dangerous: from 2006 to 2020, in fact, 3403 people were involved in accidents on Corso Francia.

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