What remains of the collapsed snelwegbrug in the Italian city of Genoa, should be rapidly broken down or propped up in order further to prevent accidents. That is the opinion of various experts of the ministry of Infrastructure and Transport the ramp to investigate.
Technical experts reached that conclusion in a report to a government appointed commissioner for emergencies is handed over, reports the Italian news agency Ansa. A spokesman for the minister for Infrastructure and Transport confirmed the information.
The warning applies only to the eastern side of the collapsed Morandi bridge, including various apartment buildings, who last week were evacuated.
Monday closed the fire brigade access to the area completely. People who evacuated were not accompanied to their homes for their stuff to pick up. In the bridge were suspicious sounds heard.
The Morandi bridge, a 51-year-old structure, collapsed Tuesday, August 14, in. More than 30 cars and trucks fell down from a height of 45 metres. Sure 43 people in the accident to the accident.
The bridge connected the eastern and western parts of Genoa.