Tragedy of the asylum in L’Aquila, “we do not bear a grudge. Neither to you, nor to your 12-year-old child who was on board. They too are experiencing a tragedy”. Thus Patrizio D’Agostino, the father of little Tommaso killed by the car that crashed in the garden of the ‘Primo Maggio’ nursery school. The man refers to the woman who owns that car left near the gate of the kindergarten, with her 12-year-old son inside her to go and retrieve her other two daughters, 5-year-old twins. “I parked the car on the flat, I engaged the gear, I don’t remember having engaged the handbrake”, explained the woman as stated in the press. The housewife then goes on to remember what happened on Wednesday around 2.30 pm: “While I was going down towards the nursery school garden I saw my car come down and I tried to stop it with my hands. But unfortunately I couldn’t. . During the race, my son tried to get out of the car, banging his head inside the passenger compartment. My whole family and I cannot give each other peace, this tragedy will affect us for life. We are shocked, saddened “. A father who went to pick up his son from kindergarten on Wednesday after the accident remembers seeing “a boy around 11-12 years old crying in despair, repeating ‘it’s all my fault, it’s all my fault'”. But the lawyer of the woman under investigation for road murder, Francesco Valentini, specifies that the 12-year-old “does not remember what happened. He does not remember if he disengaged the handbrake, which is also electronic, because he hit his head” .
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