Drama within drama. The partner of Emanuele Melillo, the 33-year-old driver who last Thursday 22 July lost his life in theminibus accident occurred in Marina Grande di Capri, which also caused 23 injuries, lost the baby she was carrying in her womb. Rosaria Ardita, 30, was in the third month of pregnancy and had a miscarriage, probably due to the severe stress suffered in the last few days.
According to what was disclosed, the woman had started not feeling well immediately after the tragedy that had taken her partner away, she would then have felt ill on Thursday and yesterday, Friday 30 July, she was given the sad news of death. also of his child. Also yesterday, in the presence of the consultants of the Public Prosecutor’s Office and of the family appointed by the criminal lawyer Giovanna Cacciapuoti and by the lawyers Luca Marangio and Antonella Giglio, in the Pineta Grande clinic in Castel Volturno, in the province of Caserta, the tests on the histological findings were performed of the heart muscle and brain taken from the victim’s body during the autopsy, with the aim of ascertaining whether there were any pathologies that may have caused an illness. At the moment, however, this hypothesis would not have found confirmation from the autopsy examination. You will have to wait a few more days to have the results of the tests carried out.
The i funeral by Emanuele Melillo. In fact, the body of the driver was returned to his family after the deputy prosecutor of Naples Giuseppe Tittaferrante, in charge of the investigations, gave the green light to the burial. During the tragic accident the vehicle, driven by the 33-year-old, broke through the railing and fell off the coast for a few meters, stopping on the terrace of a seaside resort in Marina Grande below.
Who was Melillo
The couple had recently moved in together and learned they were expecting a child. Just over a month before the tragic accident that cost him his life, on June 29 Emanuele Melillo, on his Facebook profile, announced the pregnancy of his partner, writing a meaningful and eloquent post: “The Melillo numbers are increasing”. The young man had also shared some shots on the social network in which he appeared happy driving his bus. Melillo, an experienced driver despite his young age, was also an auxiliary of the Red Cross, and since 2011 he was enrolled in the roles of non-commissioned officers.