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Frecciarossa accident, crowd and long applause at the funeral of the train driver Dicuonzo. Colleagues: “We as a family”


Feb. 13, 2020

The funeral of the driver ended in the afternoon Mario Dicuonzo , who died in the Lodi railway accident on 6 February. The coffin held by four colleagues was accompanied by a long applause on the square in front of the Maria Regina di Pioltello church. Emotion for the testimony brought to the altar by four colleagues in uniform (Angelo Balardino, Simone Mea, Lucrezia Bari and Simona Carboni) who underlined the qualities of a man “always available and deeply good”. The mayor of Pioltello Ivonne Cosciotti, on the other hand, recalled how her city suffered greatly for the railway disasters in recent years, with the three commuters who died on January 25 two years ago in Pioltello and with the accident in Corato in 2016, in which the fellow citizen Donata Pepe died, who nevertheless managed to save her grandchild by embracing him. The altar also intervened on Marios son, Federico Dicuonzo , who thanked his father and remembered him with the phrase that the family had prepared for his birthday party. The Minister of Transport Paola De Micheli , who has long embraced the widow Chiara, went away at the end of the funeral without making statements
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