Maxi brawl with about one hundred and fifty people involved, during which some gunshots were also fired, on the evening of Tuesday 1 June in Vermezzo con Zelo (Milan), between via Verdi, via Donizetti and other adjacent streets, at the exit from a nightclub in the area, just as the curfew was about to begin. Fortunately, no fatal consequences, but the situation could have become dramatic.
The scuffles were still in progress when, shortly after eleven in the evening, the carabinieri of the Abbiategrasso company arrived, warned by several people. Two security officers of the restaurant, which is located near the Nuova Vigevanese and the Naviglio Grande, reported to the military that they heard the explosion of some gunshots during the maxi brawl, which apparently began for futile reasons. some shoving among those present. In via Donizetti, on the other side of the block, the carabinieri actually found three exploded shells and two intact bullets, all 6.35 caliber and placed under seizure.
It is not over because, during the night, a 21-year-old Italian girl showed up at the Magenta hospital and was found to have a clean record, hit in the right ankle (almost certainly accidentally) by a gunshot compatible with the shells. found in via Donizetti in Vermezzo. The young woman was discharged with a prognosis of twenty days and the doctors warned 112. Another young man, also Italian but 18 years old, went to the hospital for various head injuries, caused by the blows received. He too was discharged with a prognosis of twenty days.
The carabinieri, on Wednesday 2 June, are hearing from various people who participated in the brawl or in any case were on the spot to understand the dynamics and identify any responsibilities. And above all to find out who shot and why.