(ANSA) – TRIESTE, 13 JUL – The Public Prosecutor of Trieste has closed the investigation into the collapse of the Acquamarina pool – which took place on 29 July 2019 in which miraculously there were no victims – and the prosecutor Pietro Montrone sent the notice of conclusion of four-person survey, all involved in the construction of the structure and its subsequent management. The newspaper Il Piccolo writes it today on newsstands specifying that the four people are those who – of the 18 initially involved – will be sent to trial.
In July 2019 the entire roof of the pool – usually crowded – suddenly collapsed – fortunately empty that day because it was closed for maintenance work.
Il Piccolo also reports the outcome of the latest appraisal commissioned by the Court – study ordered by the investigating magistrate Massimo Tomassini in the phase of a probative incident, in addition to the previous appraisal, and entrusted to Professor Gaetano Russo, Professor of Construction Engineering at the University of Studies of Udine – which had identified as a “decisive” cause, the “errors” found in the “Calculation Report” filed on June 22, 1999. Part of the structure would have been subjected to tensions “close to the average breaking values, well above those allowed “. Furthermore, the “trigger” of the collapse, on the other hand, was the “total technical groundlessness, lacunae and inadequacy” of the executive project prepared for the extraordinary maintenance in place in the days of the collapse itself, writes Il Piccolo. (HANDLE).