After the tragedy of the Mottarone cable car, dozens of colored hands on white canvas, one on top of the other in a symbolic chain to say to Eitan, the only child who survived the accident and hospitalized at Regina Margherita in Turin, ‘come on, we love you, we are waiting for you ‘. And the tribute given a little while ago in the hospital in Turin by the artist Stefano Bressani, father of a companion from the Pavia nursery school attended by the child. Read also Together with the painting there are also many drawings that the companions wanted to give to the little one to tell him not to give up and a blue sphere made by the artist himself, who became an ambassador of the messages of hope sent by children. “It is a huge tragedy. – underlined Bressani – this painting is a message of solidarity and closeness that we want to leave to Eitan. Yesterday at school they gathered in a circle to transmit strength to their little friend. Art can transmit beauty even in dramas like this “, he concludes. “A little while ago the child was extubated, for a moment he regained consciousness, opened his eyes and found in front of him a familiar face, that of his aunt”, said Giovanni La Valle, the director general of the City of Health of Turin. , on the health conditions of the little one. “The awakening is continuing but being still sedated by the drugs, he is a bit stunned by the anesthetics he has in his body”, continued La Valle, emphasizing that “this is a very delicate phase. The night passed quietly and confirms the clinical stability of the patient. child despite the critical conditions “. Emphasizing that next to the child, alongside the aunt, there are anesthesiologists and psychologists, the CEO of the City of Health then observed:” The fact that we were able to extubate him is a positive fact. in the next few hours we can gradually awaken. Now the situation is the most delicate because there is the gradual recovery of consciousness which will take time “.” For now it is only a partial awakening and the consciousness is not there yet “, he added Giorgio Ivani, director of pediatric resuscitation at Regina Margherita.