What happens to the victims who tear away in a month after the collapse of the Italy bridge?

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 What happens to the victims who tear away in a month after the collapse of the Italy bridge?

Giovanni Genco, who fled home with her 16-year-old daughter, said: Because I went to work at night and slept at home that day. At 11:36 in the morning, I heard a loud noise.

On August 14th, the collapse of the viaduct bridge in Italys Malan Di highway occurred. Rescuers searched the rubble for missing people.

I never thought it was a bridge. Because a storm is coming, its raining. I thought it was a thunder or maybe an earthquake.

Hundreds of people were evacuated from the fragile and dangerous Red Zone after the bridge broke, including Gico, his wife, daughter-in-law and his father-in-law and mother-in-law.

He was allowed to return home for some belongings, and the house would be demolished later.

Gigi said, if I go back, I will cry. His tears revolve around his eyes. Auostra deperlItalia, the company that manages bridges,ruins our lives for more than 20 yearsbecause home is everything to them,he said.

The 50-year-old steelworker hopes to rent an apartment by the end of the month because its hard to make ends meet by staying in a nearby hotel.

I grew up here, my friends are here, my football club, everything is here. I have been in Genoa for over 30 years, and I have lived here for more than 30 years, and this is my life.

Italian Interior Minister Salvini said the victims included children aged 8, 12 and 13.

Local time on August 14, Italy Genoa Morandi Road Bridge collapsed suddenly, resulting in 43 people were killed and many injured. More than 600 residents around the bridge were forced to evacuate, seriously affecting Genoa, northwest Italy and their transport networks to France.

After the accident, Italy has set up two committees to investigate the cause of the accident, Genoas procuratorate has also begun to intervene in criminal responsibility investigation. At present, the relevant departments are further investigating the specific causes and accident liability of the collapse of Morandi Road Bridge.