a 73-year-old woman was seriously ill

a 73-year-old woman was seriously ill
a 73-year-old woman was seriously ill

A 73-year-old woman was hit by a car during a parking maneuver: the accident occurred this afternoon, Friday 22 October, in Milan. The 73-year-old was transferred in code red to Niguarda hospital with a head injury and one to her shoulder. On the spot also the police forces for the reliefs.

Serious road accident in Milan: a 73-year-old woman was hit by a car she was trying to park. The incident occurred today, Friday 22 October. The pedestrian was rushed to hospital. His condition is said to be serious, but it is not clear if he is in danger of life. In addition to the health personnel, local police officers also intervened to carry out all the relevant findings and ascertain any responsibilities.

The 74-year-old suffered a head injury and one to her shoulder

According to what was reported by the Lombardy Regional Emergency Emergency Agency, the alarm in the operations room arrived around 3.14pm. In viale Umbria 94 the doctors and paramedics of 118 were sent aboard a car and an ambulance. After giving her the first treatments on the spot, the operators opted for the transfer to the Niguarda hospital in red code. In fact, he reported a head injury and a shoulder injury.

In Barzago a 54-year-old collided with a car: it’s serious

Also today another road accident occurred in Barzago, in the province of Lecco. A 54-year-old man was involved in a car accident: the 54-year-old was riding his motorcycle when he collided with a car driving an 81-year-old. The motorcyclist suffered several injuries to the chest, pelvis and leg. He was hospitalized in very serious conditions and was transferred to hospital in cardiocirculatory arrest. The driver of the car, on the other hand, came out unharmed and was transferred to the hospital in green code.


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