The body of the last worker missing in the explosion at the Bargi power plant on Lake Suviana , in the province of Bologna, has been recovered. The 68-year-old Neapolitan Vincenzo Garzillo was missing.  

The final count of confirmed victims rises to seven. They were on floor 9 of the structure, one of those flooded by the explosion. And they were on the escape route, so death, as the rescuers explain, must have caught them while they were trying to save themselves .

The fourth victim is Adriano Scandellari , a 57-year-old born in Padua and resident in Ponte San Nicolò, a specialized worker for Enel Green Power in the O&M Hydro function who had recently been awarded the star of merit for his work by the head of state, Sergio Mattarella . The fifth, however, Paolo Casiraghi , 59 years old, from Milan, Abb technician. Yesterday evening, the body of Alessandro D'Andrea , 37 years old, a specialized technician originally from Forcoli, a town in the province of Pisa, was identified , where he lived until three years ago before moving to Lombardy, together with his partner, also originally from the province of Pisa, to work for Voith in Cinisello Balsamo (Milan).

Their names are sadly added to those of 36-year-old Vincenzo Franchina from Sinagra in the Messina area, Pavel Petronel Tanase , 45-year-old born in Romania, from Settimo Torinese, and 73-year-old Mario Pisani , born in Taranto and resident in San Marzano di San Giuseppe.

THE INVESTIGATION – In Bologna the Prosecutor's Office has opened a case for disaster and manslaughter and is now aiming to shed light on the subcontracting chain.

Yesterday thousands of people took to the streets on the occasion of the national general strike promoted by CGIL and UIL against deaths at work.

The conditions of four of the five technicians injured in the hydroelectric power plant and hospitalized in hospitals in Bologna, Cesena, Pisa and Parma remain stationary: they all have burns suffered in the explosion.

The 25-year-old Nicholas Bernardini was released from Cesena's 'Bufalini' with a 30-day prognosis for burns to his hands.


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