“They say we had to refuse to put the logs, but we didn’t know there was such a danger. Everyone knew (about the problem in booth 3), the blame cannot be placed on the workers. I hope not to be investigated, my conscience is clear but I challenge anyone to be quiet now “. Thus Emanuele Rossi, one of the workers of the Mottarone cable car, on duty at the departure station on the morning when 14 people lost their lives, answers the microphones of some journalists. Read also “We take orders from the head of the service and no one expected such a danger. The person in charge is the head of the service (Gabriele Tadini under house arrest, ed), if he or the engineer tell me to do something I will do it”, he explains the worker remembers how “the logs had been up for three weeks.” “Honestly, I was calm, I trusted the cable car and my superiors never thought it could become such a dangerous thing.” When asked if the plant manager and the operating manager knew he replied: “I think so”, but it is only “a guess”.