Mourning in the province of Padua, unfortunately Emanuela Brahj died at 11 after being overwhelmed with her bike
A mourning tragic and sudden shocked the community of Campodarsego, in the province of Padua. Emanuela Brahj And dead to 11 years, after 2 long days of agony. Unfortunately it was hit by a vanwhile he was riding his bikes and he was on his way home. The traumas reported were too serious.
A dramatic news, which has shaken all. Many have prayed for him to succeed to survive.
According to information released by local media, the drama took place on the evening of Monday 11 October, at about 19. Precisely in the hamlet of Reschigliano, in the municipality of Campodarsego.
Emanuela had been to the Park with her friends and when it was time to go home, she got into his bikes. However, while it was at the intersection with via Papa Luciani and via Pontarola, it was overwhelmed from the vehicle.
At the edge of the Van there was a 36 year old man, resident in the Venetian. He immediately stopped to provide help and in fact it was he himself alert the sanitary. Given the seriousness of the affair, the doctors arrived on the scene in a few minutes.
The motorist turned out negative alcohol test, but now investigators are trying to reconstruct the exact dynamics of the accident. They want to understand how the drama happened.
The tragic death of Emanuela Brahj and the mayor’s words on the incident
The conditions of the 11-year-old girl appeared desperate right away. For this reason, the doctors of the Padua hospital did their best to succeed help her. They subjected it to all care he needed.
The whole community for two days has prayed so that he could survive. They even organized one wakefulness on Tuesday evening, but the tragic news arrived yesterday morning, Wednesday 13 October. Unfortunately Emanuela’s heart has ceased to beat because of severe trauma who reported. Mayor Valter Gallo, on the incident stated:
Life is sometimes unfair. These are things beyond my being an administrator. Unfortunately, this is a day our community never wanted to face.