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Flood in Rimini in 2013, the 3 defendants acquitted

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(ANSA) – BOLOGNA, MAY 03 – All the accused were acquitted for the flood that on 24 June 2013, after a violent storm in Rimini, caused damage and the death of Florida Bernabé, 79, found lifeless in her home in due to the flooding of the dining room. The single judge Ersilia Agnello acquitted Pierpaolo Martinini, head of Hera Rimini’s sewage networks since 2008 (defended by lawyers Guido Magnisi and Giulia Barbieri) because the fact does not exist, and the former directors of the Rimini prison Maria Benassi (from 2002 to March 2013 ) and Palma Mercurio (from March 2013 to February 2014), defended by lawyers Mauro Capobianco and Mario Marcuz, with the formula because the fact does not constitute a crime.

All three were accused of culpable disaster and flood, Martinini and Mercurio also accused of the manslaughter of the old woman, who lived in the Santa Cristina area, in front of the Casetti prison. In practice, the lack of maintenance of the drainage ditches that flow near the district house was contested, which would have hindered the flow of water and the failure to adapt the sewer system.

“We are very pleased with the happy outcome of the trial that cleared the manager of Hera SpA with a ‘full’ acquittal formula, recognizing the extent of an exceptional event / natural disaster, unpredictable or unpredictable, like the earthquake in L’Aquila, whose well-known sentence of the Supreme Court on the matter is now text “, comment the lawyers Magnisi and Barbieri: the ARPA spoke of a possible return of a similar event once every 200 years. (HANDLE).

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