(ANSA) – CAGLIARI, AUGUST 19 – Stefano Nonnis, the 42-year-old worker from Santadi who died after ending up in the sea, Wednesday morning, while working for an external company on a wharf of the Saras refinery in Sarroch (Metropolitan city of Cagliari). This is what emerges from the autopsy conducted at the Monserrato Polyclinic by Dr. Roberto Demontis. The examinations, requested by the prosecutor Diana Lecca who opened an investigation against unknown persons with the hypothesis of manslaughter, lasted about three hours and confirmed the first hypothesis: the worker died drowned. The coroner carried out all the samples for the toxicological and histological tests that will serve to have a complete picture of the 42-year-old’s health conditions. Many points still remain open on what happened Wednesday morning on the refinery jetty: the worker tripped and fell into the water, unable to swim due to the equipment and clothes he was wearing, or he could have had an illness that made him lose your balance? All the equipment used by the 42-year-old was confiscated. It will now be up to the investigations of the Spresal to clarify the various aspects of the affair. (HANDLE).
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