a 20-year-old boy died in the accident

a 20-year-old boy died in the accident
a 20-year-old boy died in the accident

A 20-year-old boy dead and a 23-year-old injured: this is the tragic outcome of a road accident that took place in Viale Fulvio Testi in Milan, at the height of the Bignami metro stop. The episode, in which only the car in which the young people were traveling was involved, took place at 10.30 pm on Sunday. This was reported by the local police and the 118 rescuers.

Fatal accident in viale Fulvio Testi

According to what was reconstructed by the local agents, the deceased boy was driving a BMW X5 SUV. The car was traveling along the main road in the central lane in the direction of the suburbs when at number 304, for reasons yet to be established, with the two left wheels it would have touched the central reservation. The high speed would have done the rest: the SUV overturned several times on itself, ending its run against the wall near the entrance to the M5 metro stop, Bignami.

Who was the victim of the accident

The arrival of two ambulances and a self-medical from the regional emergency urgency agency was immediate. For the driver of the car, the 20-year-old, the situation immediately seemed tragic. He was taken away to Niguarda hospital with resuscitation maneuvers in progress but his heart has never started beating again. The boy sitting next to him, a 23-year-old, was luckier. Rescuers took him to the Polyclinic in yellow code but not in danger of life.

The firefighters were also present at the scene of the incident, where the findings of the local police continued all night between Sunday and Monday.

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