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Four months after Genoa bridge collapse, residents want answers

By: Natalia MENDOZA | Charlotte DAVAN WETTON | Bernard BEDARIDA
1 min

On December 15, demolition began of what remains of the Morandi bridge - the viaduct near Genoa that collapsed in August, causing the death of 43 people. It's the beginning of a long reconstruction project that will last several months. This Monday, the technical report on the investigation into the cause of the disaster is being presented at a hearing in Genoa. Our Italy correspondent Natalia Mendoza reports on how local people are coping, four months after the tragedy.


A programme prepared by Rebecca Martin and Patrick Lovett.

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