Authorities in Genoa have called off the search for survivors after the death toll from the bridge collapse rose to 43. Highway operator Autostrade made money available today for families, but the company CEO refused to apologize or accept blame for the incident.
Italy mourns the victims of the collapse of the motorway bridge in the northern city. Some of the victims' families boycotted the event and held their own private services, as a protest against the state and others grieved in private
Every day, nearly 5 million motorists pass through 3.020 km of Italy's motorway network. One of the key roads in this network is the A10, which crossed through Genoa via the Morandi Bridge. Yesterday, a section of the bridge collapsed leaving at least 35 people dead with 15 more seriously injured.