They wanted to browse the site of the cable car tragedy. For this reason, two boys of 20 and 21 have violated the tapes of the area under seizure on the Mottarone where cabin number 3 is still located, on board of which 14 people died and the wounding of Eitan, 5, the only survivor of the disaster. . It happened last night.
The two boys, both from Arona, in the Verbano area, were in the company of their girlfriends and probably wanted to impress the girls when they decided to bypass the area under kidnapping since 23 May. They did not know that the area was monitored with cameras and motion sensors since the analysis of the cabin, of the rope and above all of the molten head, have yet to be performed and the area is off-limits to anyone to prevent the remains of the tragedy are polluted. The analysis of those finds, in fact, is one of the keystones of the investigation against those responsible for the disaster.
Mottarone, “tourism of the macabre” at the massacre cable car: two twenty-year-olds reported
The camera that monitors the area is monitored 24/7 by the operations center of the Verbania carabinieri. The alarm system went into operation when one of the two young people lifted the sheet that protects the carcass of the cabin, while another patrolled the vicinity: in the video he can be seen picking up what appear to be two fragments of the cable car from the ground. . The two were reported for breach of seals and for attempting to remove things that had been seized.
Today the firefighters are at work at Mottarone to remove 15 meters of cable that will have to be analyzed by the experts to establish the cause of the rope breaking. The firefighters were instructed by the prosecutor to remove 15 meters of cable from the point of the break. The cabin, on the other hand, still remains in the Mottarone woods and will remain so for weeks: the last meeting of the experts in Verbania had established that the removal must take place by 15 October. It is possible that yesterday’s episode pushes the parties to seek an acceleration.