David Guadagno, 48, was run over and killed while traveling aboard a scooter. He leaves behind his partner and three children, two girls and a boy.
David Guadagno, 48, was run over and killed while traveling aboard a scooter. According to what the Messenger reports, he should have arrived in Tor Marancia where his partner was waiting for him to do the shopping. A car driven by a 58-year-old Italian woman, who stopped immediately to provide first aid, hit him fully. The man, who leaves behind three children, two boys and a girl, died practically on the spot. The accident occurred on via Cristoforo Colombo, which the 48-year-old was traveling on to return from Garbatella, where he had gone to visit his mother, in Tor Marancia.
Investigations in progress, dynamics of the accident yet to be ascertained
The dynamics of the accident have yet to be ascertained, as well as the possible responsibilities of the victim and the woman behind the wheel of the car. The latter, however, tested negative for alcohol and drug tests. David Guadagno’s body was transferred to the morgue of the Verano cemetery and is still available to the judicial authority, which will probably have an autopsy on the body.
The new rules on scooters
According to what is learned, the man did not wear a helmet, but for the rest it is not mandatory for the moment, even if the rules will change soon and the Gualtieri council is already studying an ad hoc regulation for the users of the scooters. From today, among other things, the helmet is mandatory for everyone, regardless of age, in the city of Florence by the will of the mayor Nardella. As for the Colombo accident, investigators will listen to witnesses again to try to reconstruct the accident in great detail. The day before yesterday is the third fatal accident in Rome since the beginning of the year involving a person aboard a scooter. In general, according to local police data, there have been 176 accidents involving scooters in a few months.