At home his friends were waiting for him with beers and pizzas to see the Italy game together. It was not even 300 meters away and he would have parked his Yamaha Rj in via San Godenzo and greeted his dog with all the love he always had. Instead, along the via Cassia, in the stretch after Corso Francia and before via Oriolo Romano, Edoardo Moschini, A 36-year-old businessman of Turin origins but well known in Rome, was overwhelmed and killed by a 52-year-old Roman Doblò driven by MT.
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The man – who then tested positive for both the drug test for cocaine intake and the alcohol test – according to an initial reconstruction by the agents of the XV Municipal Group would have invaded the roadway during an overtaking maneuver to say the least. risky, hitting the front and throwing Moschini for several meters into the vegetation of the Inviolatella. The 52-year-old, an employee of a private company, was also injured and was brought in red code to S. Andrea. Moschini, the only child of a well-known couple of lawyers in Turin, had moved to Rome to enter the judiciary. But then the passion for food and wine prevailed and he opened the Japanese restaurants Kombu in Parioli and Trastevere. He then launched into new initiatives: the Nail Factory, a nail bar in via Gramsci and a fruit and vegetable shop next door. Of great culture and irony. Moschini was adored by his friends. «He had two families – says Pier Rosati – the private one and that of his friends, both Roman and Turin. An extraordinary boy, a very Fiorentina fan, killed on a very dangerous stretch of road ».
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