Accident in the night in Milan, crash between cars and motorcycles: 31-year-old boy in a coma

Accident in the night in Milan, crash between cars and motorcycles: 31-year-old boy in a coma
Accident in the night in Milan, crash between cars and motorcycles: 31-year-old boy in a coma
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Grave road accident in the night in Milan. A motorcycle and a car collided with each other for reasons to be ascertained in via Ponte Nuovo, in the homonymous district in the northern part of the city between viale Monza and via Padova. The episode, as reported by the regional emergency urgency agency, occurred around 2.30 am today, Thursday 1 July.

The young motorcyclist was hospitalized urgently: he is in a coma

An ambulance and a 118 auto-medical intervened on the spot as well as a patrol of the local police. Rescuers immediately understood the seriousness of the conditions of the only person injured, the motorcycle driver. It is a 31-year-old boy, SF the initials of his name, who suffered a craniofacial trauma and an exposed fracture in his right leg in the collision. The 31-year-old was loaded into an ambulance and transported in red code to the Niguarda hospital, where he is hospitalized in very serious conditions: according to reports from Areu, he is in a coma.

The local police intervened to reconstruct the dynamics and ascertain the responsibilities

It will now be up to local police officers to reconstruct the dynamics of the accident. The cast iron workers carried out the relevant surveys in the road where the accident occurred and will have to ascertain the possible responsibilities of the motorcyclist or driver who drove the car, of which no information was disclosed but who still came out unscathed from the crash. The last serious road accident in Milan dates back to two days ago: a 51-year-old on a scooter collided with a truck, causing severe trauma to his legs.

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