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Roma, 14enne travolto e ucciso da un’auto nei pressi della sua scuola

Roma, 14enne travolto e ucciso da un’auto nei pressi della sua scuola

L’incidente si è verificato nella tarda serata di lunedì in via Francesco Cilea, all’Infernetto. Presenti alcuni amici della giovanissima vittima. Il conducente della vettura, sotto choc, è stato sottoposto ai test e interrogato dai vigili urbani


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