An Italian judge has ordered the deaths of all three suspects in the cable car crash. released from custody The service manager was sent to home quarantine. According to local media reports on Saturday
According to La Stampa newspaper, the judge ruled that the trio had no flight risk and were unlikely to interfere with the evidence. After last Sunday’s disaster that killed 14 people, including five Israeli family members.
The judge said most of the offenses were on service technicians intentionally turning off the car’s emergency brakes. because it is locked naturally
Verbanian prosecutor Olimpia Bossi reportedly said the suspect had taken action. “Conscientious action”; that puts visitors at risk
They face multiple charges of negligent manslaughter and disaster.
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The man under house arrest was Gabriele Tadini, a service manager. which told investigators that “It’s my fault… I feel a great burden on my conscience. I pray and deal with myself I will count with God.”
even remorse But Tadini insisted that the cable car’s staff did not expect an accident. What happened was an accident that didn’t happen even once,” he said.
Prosecutors said they captured security cameras of the incident showing operators preparing to open cabin doors at Mount Mottarone overlooking Lake Maggiore in northern Italy’s Piedmont region when the Stresa cable car was seized. and sends the cabin slide back downhill — eventually falling and falling. with the emergency brake not working
Prosecutors said several passengers were ejected from the vehicle as it fell and fell down a mountainside, resting against some trees.
Israeli victims Amit Biran, 30, his wife Tal Peleg-Biran, 26, and their two-year-old son Tom Biran, who live in northern Italy. And the grandparents of Peleg-Biran Barbara and Yitzhak Cohen from Tel Aviv, 71 and 81, are now buried in Israel.
Birans’ 5-year-old son Eitan is the sole survivor of the accident. He woke up in a hospital in northern Italy. and began to ask about his parents The Hebrew media reported on Friday.
Biran suffered multiple fractures in the disaster. Although doctors determined there was no neurological damage, he gradually calmed down as his condition improved. A hospital spokesperson said earlier this week that The child was saved by his father’s embrace. who died when the cabin fell to the ground
The Hebrew media reported appointing a local psychiatrist to help inform children of the loss of parents, younger brothers and grandparents.
Italian prosecutors suspect that many workers at the scene were aware the emergency brakes had been disabled. But it doesn’t work to fix problems or speak out. local report stated on Friday
Authorities believe the brakes may have been deactivated several times over the years to avoid a halt. According to reports in Italy’s La Stampa and Today newspapers.
More arrests could be reported soon, the three men arrested in the incident. It admitted that the cable car’s emergency braking system had been turned off after repeated problems. with brake device instead of having to repair Due to a clear desire to avoid the economic consequences of a prolonged shutdown
Italian researchers are expected to examine cables attached to the cabin. The report stated that The theory under investigation is The cable is broken due to disabling the brake system.
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