Young, promising chef is killed in crash

Rome – A promising Italian chef is Thursday in Rome died in a traffic accident. The 29-year-old Alessandro Narducci drove together with a friend and colleague on a scooter by the Italian capital city when the disaster struck.

Narducci was the owner of the restaurant Acquolina in Rome, and was in possession of a Michelin star. The two were on the way back from a cooking show when they are on the scooter in collision came out with a car. They were killed.

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