it was at the top of the elevator cabin

Investigations were arranged on the telephone of Fabio, the worker who died on April 27 at the Farnesina. Today the funeral of the 39-year-old was held, which was attended by hundreds of people.

The funeral of Fabio Palotti, the 39-year-old worker who died last April 27 while he was working at the foreign ministry. Hundreds of people flocked to the last farewell, including yellow and red balloons and Roma scarves that covered the coffin. And while the funeral took place in the parish of San Bonaventura in Torre Spaccata, the carabinieri continue to investigate the death of man. Checks were made not only on the lift and on the knob used for the block, but also on the training of the worker. What the investigators want to verify is that it was adequate for the type of intervention to be carried out. Investigations are also underway on the company’s protocol, which requires only one worker per shift for ordinary maintenance, and on the badge held by Palotti.

Fabio Palotti’s death, he is investigated for manslaughter

Today’s news is that the victim’s mobile phone was found: it was above the elevator cabin. On the mobile phone, a computer report was arranged to see if there are useful elements for the investigations. The Rome Prosecutor’s Office has opened a case for manslaughter, currently against unknown persons. An employee of the Farnesina heard the worker scream before the accident, and called the carabinieri, who, however, did not find anyone inside the building. The autopsy established that the 39-year-old died instantly: he could not have been saved in any case, the impact with the lift was devastating for Fabio, who tried to save himself by hiding in a gap twenty centimeters wide.


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