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Dead girl: the desperation of her maternal grandmother (ANSA)

(ANSA) – RIMINI, JULY 29 – “There was a bit of damage because when people heard this news they were a little shaken”. Gabriele Pagliarani is a historic Rimini seaside operator and thus comments on the story of bathing bans on various stretches of the Emilia-Romagna Riviera due to the anomalous values, then returned, of Escherichia coli. “It was like a bolt from the blue.”

He wonders why from one day to the next Arpae’s analyzes have given opposite results, leading to the elimination of the bathing ban, and recalls that millions of euros have been spent on the new sewer system that has closed many spillways into the sea. The phenomenon, therefore, “they have to explain it to us, since it hasn’t rained for four months, the plants have stopped and there have been no spills into the sea”.

To bathers, he demonstrates that the water is clean by filling a glass on the shore and taking a sip. One of his clients from Bologna has just arrived at the beach. He has been coming to the Riviera for 75 years and does not say he is worried about the fact. “They are fake news that pop up every year,” he accuses. He says he trusts the quality of the Adriatic water because of the new purifier. Three young people have just arrived from Milan, today they will take their first bath: “We are not worried”. The ban was lifted at 3pm.

A girl from Udine left yesterday, but was unaware of the news about the bacteria. With her friend from Rimini who hosts her, she prepares to enter the water. (HANDLE).

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Source: Ansa

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