They drank champagne aboard speedboat i two Germans 52-year-olds investigated in the investigation into the collision between boats which took place last Saturday a Salò, on the Brescia side of the Lake Garda, in which they lost their lives Umberto Gazzella, 37 years old, e Greta Nedrotti, 25, the couple overwhelmed by the motorboat driven by the two Germans. This was revealed by the German newspaper picture, who published a photo of the two on a boat with glasses of the fine wine.
Lake Garda accident, Umberto and Greta rammed in their sleep: she was found in water at a depth of 100 meters
The autopsy: “Greta died by drowning”
Greta Nedrotti she died by drowning. This was established by the autopsy on the body of the 25-year-old who last Saturday was on a boat stopped on Lake Garda with her friend Umberto Garzarella, 37, who also died, and was run over by a motorboat driven by two 52-year-old Germans. The woman suffered numerous fractures, but the death occurred by drowning. Greta was recovered after 12 hours at a depth of one hundred meters.
Lake Garda, the video after the accident
From Germany they do not go for the subtle and write: «After this champagne at crazy speed they kill two people». It’s still: «A bottle of sparkling wine, a trip by motorboat: these two Germans wanted to enjoy La Dolce Vita in Italy. But at the end of the men’s journey there were two dead». According to what emerged a few days ago, one of the two Germans on board the motorboat tested negative for the alcohol test. The second instead refused to undergo the test, which is not mandatory in cases of nautical accidents.
One of the two German citizens staggers and falls into the water
In a video captured in the proceedings of the investigation into the accident on Lake Garda that cost the life of a couple of young people, one of the two German tourists under investigation staggers and falls into the water from the motorboat. For the prosecution it could be proof that he was drunk.
The lawyer: “They didn’t flee to Germany”
The two 52-year-old German tourists returned and did not flee to Germany, investigated on the loose for double manslaughter and failure to rescue for the deaths of Umberto Gazzella and Greta Nedrotti, the couple overwhelmed by the motorboat driven by the two Germans on Lake Garda . “I was asked ‘but why did they come back to Munich’? They returned because they are from Munich, they have families there and they live there – the lawyer of the two, Guido Sola, explains to Adnkronos -. They are in constant contact with me and my studio, they follow the story step by step. It is ridiculous to say that they fled to Germany, they are Germans, where were they supposed to go? ” The two, says the lawyer, are “destroyed because of what happened” and in recent days have asked to be able to contact the families of the victims. “At the state I said no – underlines the lawyer – because I do not have the documents yet, they are destroyed but it is certainly early to contact the families”. Meanwhile, the Brescia Public Prosecutor’s Office awaits the results of the couple’s autopsies.