GENOA – The operator of the bridge that Tuesday in Genoa collapsed and with 42 deaths, has a half a billion euros committed for the settlement of the disaster.
,,We will all convert to the victims and survivors of the disaster with the collapsed bridge to compensate for their suffering.” That said Fabio Cerchiai Giovanni Castellucci, the heads of Autostrade per l’italia, the operator of the Morandi bridge over the river Polcevera that Tuesday, collapsed in the Italian port city.
The duo expressed Saturday at a press conference deep sadness about the victims and announced that the tolwegmaatschappij a fund for the relatives of the victims goes up. The operator is in the hands of a conglomerate of companies that is partly owned by the Italian family Benetton.
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