Operaio muore schiacciato da una trivella a Roma. La procura apre un’inchiesta

Vincenzo Torella, a 60-year-old construction worker, died in a tragic accident while working on a construction site in the center of Rome. The incident occurred around 7 am on Monday, November 20th. The prosecutor’s office has opened an investigation into the incident. According to reports, Torella was crushed by a drill while it was being lowered from a truck. The exact circumstances leading to the accident are still being investigated. The police and health authorities were immediately called to the scene, but Torella was pronounced dead on arrival. The investigation will focus on determining the cause of the accident and whether safety measures were properly followed on the construction site. This latest incident has reignited the debate on workplace safety and the need for stricter regulations. Local authorities expressed their condolences to Torella’s family and called for more action to ensure worker safety. Labor unions have also voiced their anger over the increasing number of work-related accidents and deaths. They are advocating for the introduction of legislation that would introduce criminal charges for workplace negligence resulting in death or serious injury. The incident has prompted calls for improved safety measures and greater accountability in the construction industry