360-degree investigations: on the killer warper, on Luana D’Orazio’s employment contract, on the internal habits of the textile factory where the young worker died in Montemurlo (Prato) on 3 May last. But also investigations on the clothes that the young victim wore on the day of the accident that cost her her life at the age of 22. The investigations opened by the Prato Public Prosecutor’s Office to clarify the causes and responsibilities of the accident also involve clothing. Those clothes, investigators think, could explain a lot, “La Nazione” reports. In the meantime, they could reveal how and why Luana was hooked by the machine that in a few seconds dragged her to it crushing her. Furthermore, a careful study of the tears of those clothes could bring out something interesting also about the speed at which the warp rollers were traveling at the time of the tragedy. In this regard, the team of consultants of Luana’s family let it be known that the young woman “at the time of the accident was wearing a black overalls, not a work uniform, and safety shoes”. case, as has already happened in the course of the technical investigations carried out so far, waiting for the Prosecutor of Prato to question Mario Cusimano, the maintainer of the warper, investigated together with the owner of the Montemurlo company, Luana Coppini, for manslaughter and removal of precautions accident prevention. The black box of the machine was taken on Wednesday, the day the warper was reassembled and reactivated.After the initial difficulties in putting it back into operation, the experts were able to see the machine in action. A test considered important, given that it would have produced confirmation of the hypotheses initially advanced by the Public Prosecutor’s Office regarding the removal of the safety precautions. As already verified with the twin warper present in the same company, the protection devices were also disabled in the one entrusted to Luana, so much so that during the technical tests the safety gate was always raised. processing phase the accident occurred. And here he is, then Luana’s clothes and the black box of the machine come to help, which will be ‘interrogated’ with the collaboration of technicians from the German manufacturer Karl Mayer.All this while another interesting element emerges for the investigations, namely a message voice on Whatsapp that Luana would have sent to her boyfriend a few days before the accident. An audio in which Luana would have said that she had a lot of work to do in the factory and that she was left alone to do it. A message whose existence, however, is not confirmed in the words of Emma Marrazzo, Luana’s mother: “I do not know the existence of this Whatsapp audio – she says – However, my daughter at home had never complained about excessive workloads “. And even Giuseppe Nicolosi, the lawyer who represents the reasons for Luana’s boyfriend, says he doesn’t know anything about that audio outburst.